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  1. Language Food Pyramid

  2. Memory Nutrients

  3. Forgetting Healthy Choices

  4. Problem Solving Physical Actvity

  5. Memory II Fitness Goals

  6. Anything Goes!

  7. Anything Goes! Memory II Problem Solving Language Forgetting Memory $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  8. Smallest unit of sound with meaning Guides you on foods to eat

  9. Morpheme Food Pyramid

  10. Describe the babbling stage How many basic food groups are there?

  11. Begins around 4 months; Infant spontaneously utters various sounds at first unrelated to the household language; Not an imitation of adult speech

  12. Contrast the views of B.F. Skinner and Noam Chomsky in regards to language acquisition Bread, Cereal, Rice, and Pasta Group

  13. Skinner: Language is learned through operant conditioning principles Chomsky: We are born with the ability to produce language (language acquisition device)

  14. What are semantics (in regards to language use)? Type Subject 1 $400 Answer Here

  15. The set of rules we use to derive meaning from morphemes and words

  16. What is overgeneralization of grammar? Type Subject 1 $500 Answer Here

  17. When children incorrectly apply grammar rules; “We goed to the store” Type Subject 1 $400 Question Here

  18. What is effortful processing?

  19. Encoding that requires attention and conscious effort Type Subject 2 $100 Question Here

  20. What is the spacing effect? Type Subject 2 $200 Answer Here

  21. Distributed practice gives better results than massed practice Type Subject 2 $200 Question Here

  22. Momentary sensory memory of visual information

  23. Iconic memory Type Subject 2 $300 Question Here

  24. The capacity of short-term memory (working memory) Type Subject 2 $400 Answer Here

  25. Limited; magic number plus or minus 2 Type Subject 2 $400 Question Here

  26. What are semantic memories and where are they processed in the brain?

  27. Facts about concepts not linked to a particular time in your life; Hippocampus Type Subject 2 $500 Question Here

  28. What is encoding failure? Type Subject 3 $100 Answer Here

  29. If we don’t pay attention in the first place, we won’t encode it! (Penny!) Type Subject 3 $100 Question Here

  30. According to Freud, we do this to painful memories to protect our self-concept and minimize anxiety Type Subject 3 $200 Answer Here

  31. Repress Type Subject 3 $200 Question Here

  32. What is retroactive interference? Type Subject 3 $300 Answer Here

  33. You cannot remember an old memory because new information is blocking it Type Subject 3 $300 Question Here

  34. What is anterograde amnesia? Type Subject 3 $400 Answer Here

  35. Cannot recall events that happen after the onset of the amnesia Type Subject 3 $400 Question Here

  36. Thinking in which you narrow in on one or two options

  37. Convergent thinking Type Subject 3 $500 Question Here

  38. The inability to think of different uses for objects Type Subject 4 $100 Answer Here

  39. Functional Fixedness Type Subject 4 $100 Question Here

  40. What is framing? Type Subject 4 $200 Answer Here

  41. The way and issue is worded or presented (95% lean or 5% fat?) Type Subject 4 $200 Question Here

  42. Clinging to one’s initial beliefs even after new information discredits the basis on which they were formed

  43. Belief perseverance Type Subject 4 $300 Question Here

  44. What is the representativeness heuristic? Type Subject 4 $400 Answer Here

  45. A mental short cut in which a situation is judged on the basis of its resemblance to a stereotypical model Type Subject 4 $400 Question Here

  46. What is the loci method? Type Subject 4 $500 Answer Here

  47. Mnemonic device in which a person associates things to be memorized with places Type Subject 4 $500 Question Here

  48. What is the three stage processing model for memory? Type Subject 5 $100 Answer Here

  49. Sensory memory/registers