Essay on Week 2 Worksheet

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Week 2 Review Worksheet

The Process of Memory

In the spaces provided beneath the flowchart, list the term that corresponds with the definition in each box.

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1. Store____________________
2. Encoding_________________
3. Short term memory________
4. Consolidation______________
5. Declarative Memory________
6. Chunking_________________
7. Segmentation________
8. Rehearsal
Computing IQ Essay

Consider the following scenario:

Kara is 10 years old. She has been given an intelligence test. Her mental age is 13.

According to Sternberg, what is Kara’s IQ? Conduct research and interpret her score.

Choose two theories of intelligence.

Write a 150- to 200-word
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Smart people can categorize their strengths and weakness giving them the opportunity to leverage those strengths and weaknesses. Successful and intelligent people have the ability to evaluate, and analyze their abilities. This is different compared to Spearman's g factor because it elaborates how intelligent people can be successful and excel in life (Nevid, 2015).

Learning and Intelligence

Write a 100- to 150-word response to each of the following questions.

1. Describe the main components of classical conditioning. Classical conditioning is the relationship of an automatic response with a neutral occurrence. There are many main components to classical conditioning. Acquisition which is the learning part of classical conditioning where the conditioned stimulus is paired with the unconditioned stimulus. An unconditioned stimulus is a stimulus that instinctively causes a response. An unconditioned response is the response to the unconditioned stimulus that the researcher will document. A Neutral stimulus is a stimulus that may not get a response initially however after time, develops an instinctive response. A conditioned stimulus is a neutral stimulus after is has taught the response by training based on the conditioning. A conditioned response is the response to the conditioned stimulus. Extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization, and discrimination are all a part of the classical conditioning process (Nevid,