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Cognition

Psychology

Quiz 13 :

Cognitive Development Throughout the Lifespan

Quiz 13 :

Cognitive Development Throughout the Lifespan

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Your textbook describes several methodological problems that arise when conducting research with elderly individuals. These problems included the fact that
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According to research on infants' recognition of their mothers,
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According to the discussion of infants' memory,
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Carolyn Rovee-Collier's research used a moving mobile or a moving train to assess infant memory. This research shows
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Studies on infants' recognition of their mothers show that
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Memory research is easier to conduct with children than with infants. However, one potential problem when children participate in memory studies is that
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When Carolyn Rovee-Collier and other researchers use the conjugate reinforcement technique, a baby demonstrates memory by
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Chapter 13 discussed Rovee-Collier's conjugate reinforcement technique, and its usefulness in testing infant memory. The basic logic behind this technique is that
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One important reason that research on infant cognitive abilities is difficult to conduct is that
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According to research on infant memory, if you want an infant to remember the sound of your voice, you should
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Researchers have used Carolyn Rovee-Collier's conjugate reinforcement technique to assess memory during infancy. According to this research,
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Psychologists favor the lifespan approach to development because
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According to the research on children's working memory,
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Suppose that 6-year-old children and college students are given several memory tasks. Which of the following tasks is likely to reveal the smallest differences between the two groups?
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According to the introductory information about cognitive skills in elderly people,
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When Carolyn Rovee-Collier and other researchers use the conjugate reinforcement technique,
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Suppose researchers test 100 college students, whose ages range from 18 to 23. They also test 100 people at a nearby community center for older adults, whose ages range from 70 to 75. The participants are instructed to read a series of short essays and answer questions on them. The average score is 72% correct for the elderly people and 85% correct for the college students. Which of the following four conclusions would you be most likely to choose?
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According to research about the importance of context in infant memory,
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Chapter 13 discussed research conducted in China on infants' ability to recognize their mother's voice 1 or 2 weeks before the infants were born. In one condition, infants heard their mother's voice reading a poem. This research was appropriately conducted because, in the second condition, infants heard
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Carolyn Rovee-Collier and her colleagues conducted research to see whether infants demonstrate the spacing effect. The results of this research showed that
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