My Puzzles
Report bug
Collected Puzzles
User listed puzzles
Random Puzzle
Log In/Out

Cognitive Psych Exam 4 Review

J. Wallace

Last exam crossword puzzle. Make it count! Good Luck studying!

linearization problem we have a phonetic module specifically for speech
perceptual spans a silly sistake -> silly mistake
dual route hypothesis conversion of underlying deep structure to surface structure
additive bilingualism meaning is accessed directly from written letters
deep dyslexia interference from related words causing TOTs
exchange slow hesitent speech, agrammatical
saccade observed in Warren (1970) study; context allows listeners to fill in missing sounds
neglect dyslexia backward eyemovements
wernicke's aphasia how we access meaning while reading depends on familiar words, irregular spelling, efficient reading
substitution bake my bike rather than take my bike
discourse one semantic center but two stores for lexical knowledge
phonemic restoration effect looping a sound causes you to perceive different words
linguistic relativity more taxing on working memory, sentences with too many clauses
morpheme language influences thought
separate semantic memory hypothesis activating words and their meanings
incomplete activation hypothesis language units larger than a sentence, like a narrative
shift smallest unit of sound that has meaning
selective access can read most words but annot read nonwords
McGurk effect the left and right hemisphere of the brain perform different tasks
shared semantic memory hypothesis second language replaces the first one
phoneme number of letters and spaces perceived during a pause
transformational grammar to mutter intelligibly -> to mutter unintelligbly
transmission deficit model rapid eyemovements we dont recognize
phonological dyslexia testing after reading based on comprehension
exhaustive access knowledge of social rules that underlying language uses
constructionist view grastly -> grizzly ghastly
phrase structure convert letters to sound to meaning
pragmatics TOT occurs when phonological nodes are weakened dute to infrequent use, nonrecent use, and aging
verbal transformation effect hierarchical structure based that is based on grammatical building blocks
blend pauses while reading
indirect access hypothesis the problem of arranging words in an ordered sequence
constituents she decided to hits it -> she decided to hit it
interactive activation theory intonation
anticipation readers create inferences about the causes of events and how they relate
prosody fluent nonsensical speech
lateralization according to this term, we consider all meanings of an ambiguous word and context resolves the conflict
nested structure study of speech sounds
deletion both types of knowledge are stored in their own language specific memory store
special mechanism approach reading the word sword instead of saber and cannot read nonwords
textbase context biases the interpretation of an ambiguous word
offline measures can read nonwords, but struggle with irregular pronunciations like steak
subtractive bilingualism it's so cold -> it's so hot
morphology grammatical building blocks
situation model slicely thinned -> thinly sliced
surface dyslexia activating meaning of the text, along with infereces and ideas related to the text
regression ignoring half of visual field
direct access hypothesis TOT caused by lack of activation from the semantic system to the phonological system
linguistic determinism smallest unit to form words
fixation how readers allocate resources during reading
perseveration language = thought
broca's aphasia conflicting visual cues and auditory cues causes you to perceive an intermediate sound
phonology inadequate activation of the target word
blocking hypothesis combination of sounds into units of meaning
general mechanism approach learning another language in addition to your native language
online measures speech perception does not involve a special module, we use the same neural mechanism to process speech and nonspeech sounds

Use the "Printable HTML" button to get a clean page, in either HTML or PDF, that you can use your browser's print button to print. This page won't have buttons or ads, just your puzzle. The PDF format allows the web site to know how large a printer page is, and the fonts are scaled to fill the page. The PDF takes awhile to generate. Don't panic!

Web armoredpenguin.com

Copyright information Privacy information Contact us Blog