TB8, L2 - Cognitive Development

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1. The correct categorisation of episodic memory

  • LTM > implicit > semantic > episodic
  • LTM > implicit > procedural > episodic
  • LTM > explicit > declarative > episodic
  • STM > explicit > declarative > episodic
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2. What categories of attention did the Ruff and Capozali (2005) study define

  • Constant, Settled, Focused
  • Casual, Settled, Focused
  • Casual, Constant, Fixed
  • Casual, Settled, Fixed

3. What did the Ruff and Capozali (2005) study show

  • Casual and settled attention increase with age, fixed attention decreases with age
  • All types of attention increase with age
  • Casual attention decreases with age, fixed and settled attention increase with age
  • Casual attention increases with age, fixed and settled attention decrease with age

4. The Miller and Seler (1994) study showed that:

  • Older children were able to selectively attend to relevant stimuli, younger children did not
  • Younger children were able to selectively attend to relevant stimuli, older children were not
  • Both older and younger children were equally able to selectively attend to relevant stimuli
  • Neither younger nor older children were able to selectively attend to relevant stimuli

5. Which is the correct process of a child encountering new information

  • Focus attention > visual encoding > verbal encoding > comparison to pre-existing concepts > derive implications > store info in LTM
  • Focus attention > verbal encoding > visual encoding > store info in LTM > comparison to pre-existing concepts > derive implications
  • comparison to pre-existing concepts > derive implications > verbal encoding > visual encoding > store info in LTM
  • Verbal encoding > visual encoding > focus attention > derive implications > comparison to pre-existing concepts > store info in LTM

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