TPO14L1 Cognition (Psychology)



1.What is the lecture mainly about?

A. The differences between imagination and perception

B. Cognitive functions that improve decision making

C. Cognitive functions that assist in problem solving

D. Common limitations with regard to several cognitive functions


2.Why does the professor mention a study with a word list?

A. To illustrate a type of mistake that people make when recalling details

B. To offer an example of a well-designed study in cognitive psychology

C. To demonstrate the limited effect imagination has on memory

D. To prove that imagination leads to poor decision making


3.What was demonstrated by the study on perception that the professor mentions?

A. People who misheard sentences were most likely to make poor decisions.

B. Decision making is ultimately influenced by many factors.

C. The brain can automatically supply details that were not actually perceived.

D. Words that are heard last are the most easily remembered.


4.Why does the professor mention the area where the optic nerve connects to the back of the eye?

A. To explain why many people do not understand the concept of blind spots

B. To illustrate how visual blind spots interfere with the processing of written words

C. To explain the origin of a concept that is used in the study of cognition

D. To show how visual perception works


5.What point does the professor make about imagination?

A. It is inadequate for accurately predicting future events.

B. It is difficult to study with experiments.

C. It is a process that is unrelated to perception or memory.

D. It is a relatively new area of study in cognition.


6.Why does the professor say this:

A. To find out if Peter followed her instructions

B. To illustrate a point she wants to make about imagination

C. To point out that all salads have some ingredients in common

D. To show the relation between memory and imagination


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