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Learning Theory Jeopardy!. CIP 100. Which stage of information processing has been likened to consciousness?. Answer. CIP 100 Answer. Working memory. CIP 200. Cognitive Information Processing has been described as an intervening variable between what two constructs?. Answer.

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cip 100
CIP100

Which stage of information processing has been likened to consciousness?

Answer

cip 100 answer
CIP100Answer

Working memory.

cip 200
CIP200

Cognitive Information Processing has been described as an intervening variable between what two constructs?

Answer

cip 200 answer
CIP200Answer

Environment and behavior.

cip 300
CIP300

What concept is involved addressing an aspect of attention when learners are exposed to information that becomes habitual?

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cip 300 answer
CIP300Answer

Automaticity.

cip 400
CIP400

Which type of rehearsal mechanism actually relates new information to existing ideas?

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cip 400 answer
CIP400Answer

Elaborative rehearsal.

cip 500
CIP500

When we say that “stop signs are red” which model of Long-term memory is being referring to?

Answer

cip 500 answer
CIP500Answer

Propositional model of LTM.

schema theory 100
Schema Theory100

What term defines minor modifications to schema?

Answer

schema theory 200
Schema Theory 200

When materials are presented at a higher level of abstraction than the new material to be learned, we are said to be using what type of resource?

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schema theory 200 answer
Schema Theory 200Answer

Advance organizers.

schema theory 300
Schema Theory 300

What type of instructional strategy can address new learning situations that place an undue strain on working memory?

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schema theory 300 answer
Schema Theory300Answer

Those that incorporate germane cognitive load.

schema theory 400
Schema Theory 400

What are the ways in which schemata functions to influence information processing?

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schema theory 400 answer
Schema Theory 400Answer

By an understanding of how it is acquired, how it is elaborated and modified, and how it is selected and used.

schema theory 500
Schema Theory 500

Why is schemata believed to represent an economic means of processing information?

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schema theory 500 answer
Schema Theory 500Answer

Because schemata are conceived as packets of knowledge with slots to be filled with relevant details. When automated, processing capacity is freed so that more working memory can be devoted to other tasks.

situated cognition 100
Situated Cognition100

What types of knowledge are integrated when describing situated learning?

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situated cognition 100 answer
Situated Cognition 100Answer

Declarative and procedural knowledge.

situated cognition 200
Situated Cognition 200

What is meant by the term “ecological psychology”?

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situated cognition 200 answer
Situated Cognition 200Answer

Analysis of behavior of an organism in relation to its environment.

situated cognition 300
Situated Cognition 300

What form of Legitimate Peripheral Participation is evidenced by someone pursuing a degree in adult education who eventually graduates to become a professional instructional designer for a company?

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situated cognition 300 answer
Situated Cognition 300Answer

Inbound trajectory.

situated cognition 400
Situated Cognition 400

When discussing semiosis, a green traffic light would be a sign represented as a…?

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situated cognition bonus question
Situated Cognition Bonus Question

How do portfolios aid in assessing performance in a situative context?

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situated cognition bonus question answer
Situated Cognition Bonus QuestionAnswer

Following specific guidelines, individuals are responsible for the contents of their portfolio that can also be broadened by log or journal entries read and critiqued by teachers.

piaget 100
Piaget100

Piaget’s theory of cognitive development is also known as?

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piaget 100 answer
Piaget100Answer

Genetic Epistemology.

piaget 200
Piaget200

What did Piaget mean when he also called his view “Constructivism’?

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piaget 200 answer
Piaget200Answer

He meant that knowledge acquisition is a process of continuous self-construction.

piaget 300
Piaget300

What mechanism or properties are involved when gaining physical knowledge?

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piaget 300 answer
Piaget300Answer

Perceptual properties.

piaget 400
Piaget400

What stage of cognitive development is characterized by the ability to mentally represent objects and events?

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piaget 400 answer
Piaget400Answer

The Preoperational Period.

piaget 500
Piaget500

When describing how a child perceives new objects relative to existing schemes or how children modify existing schemes when faced with new experiences, we are broadly alluding to what developmental process?

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piaget 500 answer
Piaget500Answer

Equilibration.

ausubel 100
Ausubel100

What did Ausubel believe to be at the very core of cognitive experience?

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ausubel 200
Ausubel 200

Why is discovery learning preferred over expository approaches?

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ausubel 200 answer
Ausubel 200Answer

Because in reception learning, the entire content of what is to be learned is presented in its final form, whereas in discovery learning individuals are required to rearrange and integrate information to transform it.

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ausubel bonus question
Ausubel Bonus Question

What type of learning subsumption would occur in a child who is learning basic rules of solving algebraic equations following acquired knowledge of basic arithmetic operations?

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Ausubel Bonus QuestionAnswer

Correlative subsumption.

ausubel 400
Ausubel 400

Learning about taxonomies, how to populate the ‘properties’ field of a Microsoft Word document, and learning how to tag web pages are all examples of what type of learning?

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ausubel 400 answer
Ausubel 400Answer

Combinatorial learning.

ausubel 500
Ausubel 500

Would Ausubel consider forgetting where the fuse box is located in an automobile as critical? Why?

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ausubel 500 answer
Ausubel 500Answer

Yes, because it is an example of correlative subsumption learning, which has more serious consequences than forgetting the different types of fuse boxes available (correlative vs. derivative learning).