Question;Concept ________________ are a visual organization of the;key concepts, terms, and definitions in a chapter showing their relationships;to other concepts.;maps;graphs;hierarchies;diagrams;2);Students using an action study method might;exercise while listening to recordings they have made of;important information;use different colors of highlighter for different sections;of information in text or notes;use musical rhythms as memory aids, or put information to a;rhyme or a tune;practice spelling words or repeating facts to be remembered;3);Students using a verbal study method might ________________.;walk back and forth as they read study material out loud;write out or recite key information in whole sentences or;phrases in their own words;make speeches;record lectures, then take notes on the lectures sparingly;using the recording to fill in parts that they might have missed;4);Verbal, visual, auditory, and action are all examples of;different study________________.;methods;groups;habits;guides;5);A ________________ is the particular way in which a person;takes in, or absorbs, information.;study method;learning disability;learning style;study habit;6);According to the SQ3R method, reciting material you?ve just;read out loud ____________________.;is another good way to process the information more deeply;and completely;is helpful only when rehearsing your delivery of a speech;quickly makes you forget what you have just read;is the only way to store information in your long-term memory;7);According to the text, a major mistake that many students;make is to ___________________.;rely on notes from a classmate;read the material before they even hear the lecture;bring a digital recorder to class to record the lecture;come to a lecture without having read the material first;8);The ?S? in SQ3R stands for __________________.;Survey;Sample;Sight;Study;9);The three Rs in SQ3R stand for ________________.;write, recite, recall;read, recite, recall;read, rote, recite;read, reverse, repeat;10);For remembering material before an exam, Rosa swears by her;favorite mnemonic device, which involves stringing together bits of information;in a numerical narrative. This mnemonic device is called _______________.;the peg method;linking;the loci method;rhythmic organization;11);Amy has just begun a new semester of classes and is;determined to get better grades this time around. She has decided to trade her;old habits of not reading the chapter until after the lecture and cramming;before exams, for a better method of information processing, which involves the;following 5 sequential steps to approaching each chapter.;survey, question, read, recite, and recall;recite, write, read, recall, and review;question, research, review, recite, and reread;read, recall, test, review, and question;12);Which of the following is an example of an Applied question;type?;?Freud is to _________ as Watson is to ____________.?;?One-year-old Ben learned to say the word duck when his;mother showed him a duck in their backyard. That evening he sees a cartoon with;a rooster in it and says, ?Duck!,? pointing to the rooster. Ben is exhibiting;?;?According to your text, what were the findings of a recent;study conducted on children who are raised in collectivist cultures??;?Who built the first psychological laboratory??;13);Which of the following analogies does your textbook use to;explain the importance of studying properly?;Just as a steak has to be chewed to be enjoyed and be useful;to the body, textbook material has to be ?chewed? with the mind.;Just as a cowboy ropes in a horse, a student must rope in;textbook material one paragraph at a time.;Like a boat on stormy seas, we need to sail smoothly over;textbook material, no matter how difficult it is to navigate.;Just as a football coach uses many strategies for getting;his team to make a touchdown, the student uses many strategies for remembering;textbook material.
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