1. What is the main purpose of the lecture?
- A. To advise students on changing some of their habits
- B. To explore the factors that influence habitual behaviors
- C. To discuss new research on changes in behavior
- D. To explain the importance of habits in everyday life
2. What examples does the professor use to explain context cues?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Waking up at the same time every morning
- B. Eating breakfast at the same location every day
- C. Putting a napkin on one’s lap after sitting down to eat
- D. Thinking about a presentation while riding a bike to school
3. According to the professor, what is a benefit of habitual behaviors?
- A. Habitual behaviors encourage people to think about their own actions.
- B. Habitual behaviors can counteract context cues.
- C. Habitual behaviors can help people to quickly learn new behaviors.
- D. Habitual behaviors allow people to use mental resources for other tasks.
4. In the study of college students’ exercise habits, what did all the students have in common?
- A. They all wanted to change their habits.
- B. They all had weak exercise habits.
- C. They all preferred the same kind of physical exercise.
- D. They all transferred from one university to another.
5. What can be concluded from the study of college students?
- A. A habit change can occur only with a conscious change in intentions.
- B. Not all habits are automated responses.
- C. The loss of a context cue can be sufficient to cause a habit change.
- D. Some people can change neither context cues nor their intention.
6. What does the professor imply when she says this: 🎧
「So what I can do is change the context? And a good way for me to change the context would be to take a different route to work, right?」
- A. She thinks that the answer to her question is obvious.
- B. She is going to change a class assignment.
- C. She realizes that she might be contradicting a point she made earlier.
- D. She does not expect the students to take her comment seriously.