1. What is scientific reasoning?
- Cognitive tools, which can be either symbolic or material
- Generations of predictions and hypothesis testing
- Comparing items that may appear different at first to extract deeper regularities
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2. Which of these was NOT a main result from Ruff & Capozolli (2003)?
- Children across ages do not differ in their responses to ST and MT conditions
- 42 month olds were least distracted in focused attention sessions
- The type of attention given to toys differs with age
- Children of different ages rely on different attention strategies within sessions
- Children across ages respond differently to ST and MT conditions
- Focused attention is broken differently across ages
3. Which of these are two methods used to study memory in preverbal infants?
- Rey figure task and Visual Paired Comparison task (VPC)
- Visual Paired Comparison task (VPC) and habituation
- Habituation and Rey figure task
- Classical conditioning and Rey figure task
4. In a study of control of attention by Ruff & Capozolli (2003), which age group were more distracted in single toy > multiple toy conditions?
- 26 months
- 10 months
- Equally distracted in al conditions
5. Which of these are two salient characteristics of Information processing theories
- Limited processing speed and attentional capacity, flexible ways of working around limitations
- Limited processing speed and attentional capacity, limited ways of working around limitations
- Limited neural energy constrained by cognitive elements (e.g attention)