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One similarity between connectionist network models of the brain and semantic network models of mind is that:
 
  a) both types of models would agree that excitatory connections underlie knowledge representation.
   b) both types of models would agree that related concepts are spatially close to one another.
   c) both types of models would agree that a given concept is represented by a single node, or representation.
   d) both types of models would agree that connections between concepts are never inhibitory.

Question 2

The fact that the concept of reality show didn't exist 20 years ago, but now is well-established, makes which function of concepts evident?
 
  a) understanding
   b) predicting
   c) communicating
   d) learning

Question 3

Keenan, McCutcheon, Freund, Gallup, Sanders, & Pascual-Leone (1999) investigated self-recognition by showing a face movie in which the participant's face gradually morphed into that of a celebrity.
 
  Participants
   were instructed to respond at the point where the morph seemed to resemble their face more than the
   celebrity's. Responses were faster when made with the ______ hand, indicating a _____ hemisphere advantage
   in self-recognition.
   a) left; left
   b) left; right
   c) right; right
   d) right; left

Question 4

When faced with a picture of someone, which of these is most difficult?
 
  a) recognizing that the face is someone familiar
   b) retrieving the person's name
   c) retrieving a piece of biographical information about the person
   d) All information about faces is retrieved with about an equal level of difficulty.

Question 5

McBain, Norton, & Chen (2009) investigated whether female superiority in recognizing facial emotions was indicative of superior face recognition in general. Their results indicated that:
 
  a) females were superior in the recognition of both objects and faces.
   b) females were superior, but only for faces, and only for very brief exposure times.
   c) females were superior, but only for faces, at all exposure times.
   d) females were superior, but only for trees, at all exposure times.
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A year ago
Answer to q. 1

Answer: a

Answer to q. 2

Answer: d

Answer to q. 3

Answer: b

Answer to q. 4

Answer: b

Answer to q. 5

Answer: c
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