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PYC3703 TEST BANK-Cognition Thinking Memory and Problem Solving / Over 500 Verified Q's & A's Latest 2020

PYC3703 TEST BANK-Cognition Thinking Memory and Problem Solving / Over 500 Verified Q's & A's Latest 2020 Chapter 1 TEST BANK 1. Which of the following would not be studied by a Cognitive Psychologist? a. whether people can pay attention to multiple stimuli at once without losing accuracy b. if advertising using animation is more memorable than advertising using no animation c. whether a group of people present affect how much is given to charity d. if the reading speed of college graduates differs from that of high school graduates ANS: c 2. The combination of rational with empirical methods so as to get the “best of both worlds” represents, in dialectical terms, a(n) a. thesis. b. antithesis. c. synthesis. d. antisynthesis. ANS: c 3. Part of dialectic thinking is when a statement of belief is proposed. This statement would be called the ___. a. antithesis b. synthesis c. thesis d. pragmatics ANS: c 4. This part of dialectic thinking is when a counterstatement to previous beliefs emerges. This counterstatement would be called the ___. a. antithesis b. synthesis c. thesis d. pragmatics ANS: a 5. The philosopher who advanced the notion of a dialectic was __________. a. Plato b. Hegel c. Descartes d. Aristotle ANS: b 6. A rationalist a. uses logical analysis to understand the world and people’s relations to it. b. is a follower of Aristotle’s empiricist philosophy. c. supports the idea of monism. d. believes that knowledge is acquired through experience and observation. ANS: a 7. Rationalism is to ____ as empiricism is to ____. a. empirical evidence; theory b. theory; empirical evidence c. manipulation; measure d. hypothesis; theory ANS: b 8. This particular approach emphasizes logical analysis as the means to acquiring new knowledge. a. Tabula rasa b. Synthesis c. Rationalist d. Empiricist ANS: c 9. An empiricist a. believes that knowledge is acquired through experience and observation. b. is a follower of Plato’s rationalist philosophy. c. supports the idea of mind-body dualism. d. believes that the mind and the body are separate entities. ANS: a 10. This particular approach emphasizes empirical evidence as the means to acquiring new

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