Quiz: Module 2
Graded Quiz • 30 min Quiz8 Questions Week 2
Re⥃askly Logo

Quiz: Module 2

Graded Quiz • 30 min Quiz8 Questions Week 2
Practice More Quizzes:
Quiz
8 Questions Week 1
Quiz
8 Questions Week 2
Quiz
6 Questions Week 3

Q:

Which of these statements about metaphors are true? (Check all that apply)

Q:

Which of the following is NOT an example of the memory technique, recall?

Q:

Video 8, “School Bags, Lockers, and Your Attentional Octopus” uses a metaphor to explain working memory and long-term memory. In this metaphor, what common object represents working memory?

Q:

What is a mnemonic device?

Q:

What is the technique called that uses a place you know really well and then mentally puts funny versions of items you want to remember in the place as you walk through it?

Q:

Once you start to use a metaphor to learn a concept, you have to use the same metaphor to learn all aspects of the concept.

Q:

Through slow, steady practice, you can make new brain links – changing the structure of your brain and therefore changing your abilities.

Q:

Everybody needs the same amount of practice and repetition to learn new concepts and create new brain links.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Find Questions in This Page: "CTRL+F"