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2. What are cool cues?

  • Makes the stimulus more attractive to the user.
  • Reduce emotions created by a stimulus.
  • Makes you want that stimulus more.
  • Increase emotions created by a stimulus.

3. What was the aim of the study?

  • Does delay of gratification in children predict impulse control of cognitive control to alluring or social cues at the behavioural and neural level when participants are in their 40's?
  • Does delay of gratification in 6 year olds predict impulse control of abilities and sensitivity to alluring or social cues at the behavioural and neural level when participants are in their 40's?
  • Does delay of gratification in children predict impulse control of abilities and sensitivity to alluring or social cues at the behavioural and neural level when participants are in their 40's?
  • Does delay of gratification in 4 year olds predict impulse control of abilities and sensitivity to alluring or social cues at the behavioural and neural level when participants are in their 40's?

4. Give examples of TWO cooling strategies.

  • Think reward as something that is more rewarding and think about the positives of the reward
  • Think reward as something that is more rewarding and think about the negatives of the reward
  • Think about other things and think about the negatives of the reward
  • Think reward as other things and think about the positives of the reward

5. What area of study does the case study of Casey et al. fit into?

  • Cognitive
  • Biological
  • Social
  • Developmental

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