Cognitive Psychology
Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Lead Author(s): Elan Barenholtz

Student Price: $66.00

33 Items - Cognitive Psychology uses a clear, relatable narrative to engage students in their learning.

Welcome to Cognitive Psychology!

Hi there, and welcome to Top Hat's Cognitive Psychology textbook! We hope you have a great experience with this course and our text. To start, we would like to introduce you to some of our features so that you are comfortable with your new textbook.

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Question 1.01 - Example Multiple Choice

Which of these topics would not be considered part of 'cognition'.

A

Memory

B

Language

C

Digestion

D

Perception


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Question 1.02 - Example Word Answer

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Question 1.03 - Example Numeric Question

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Question 1.04 - Example Matching Question

Match the concept to its correct definition.

Premise
Response
1

Sensory receptor neurons

A

Receive input from the external world

2

Motor neurons

B

Receive signals from the CNS with axons that terminate on muscle fibers


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Question 1.05 - Example Click on Target Question

Click on the graph that shows a positive correlation.


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Question 1.06 - Example Sorting Question

Sort these items based on the order in which light enters the eye.

A

Cornea

B

Lens

C

Pupil


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Question 1.07 - Example Discussion Question

f you had to explain what cognition was to a friend who has never taken this class, what would you say?

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