What is the name for a solution that we can solve step by step
simple thinking strategies
a solution that is easy for a person to make
a tendency that can have grave results
to not have a fresh perspective
without reasoning or perception
this occurs in a free flowing way
a termed that was coined by Joy Paul
helps us makes connections in novels
estimating the likelihood of an event by comparing it to an existing prototype that already exists in our mind
overestimating someone's actual ability to perform a task successfully
a tendency to maintain a belief after the orignally information has been refuted
how we represent a problem or issue
ideas that are considered valuable and novel
system for expressing thoughts through speeches of sound or symbols that are written
ability to understand information in a grammatically accurate way
region of the part in front of the brain that controls language expression
a theory made by Robert Sternberg that predict real life abilities
to manage your emotions in a positive way to reduce stress
establishes the norms of a test
how the genes count for a differences in a person's traits
to think and to reason in a abstract way
Primary mental abilities
Systematic random search
Means end analysis
The urge to belong and to give and receive love
Biological or psychological reqirement of an organism
A state of tension produced by a need that motivates an organism toward a goal.
language rules that govern how words can be combined to form meaningful phrases and sentences.
Rearranging the elements of a problem to arrive at an original solution.
the inablility to imagine new uses for familiar objects.
a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem.
A visual mental representation of an event or object.
A rule-of-thumb problem solving strategy.
A lable for a class of objects or events that have at least one attribute in common.
engaging in actrivities becuase they are personally rewarding.
An external stimulus, reinforcer, or reward that motivates behavior.
The tendency of all organisms to correct imbalaces.
Innate tendencies that determine behavior.
A habitual strategy or pattern for problem solving.
The study of meaning in language.
A representative example of a concept.
The awareness of or thinking about one's own cognitive processes.
The capacity to use information and/or abilities in new and orginal ways.
the smallest unit of meaning in a given language.
An internal state that activates behavior and directs it toward a goal.
Biological drives that must be satisfied to maintain life.
An individual sound that is a basic structural element of language.
An apparent sudden realization of the solution to a problem.
The ability to overcome rigidity to remain open to alternate strategies.
rearranging the elements of a problem to arrive at an original solution
the inability to imagine new uses for familiar objects
visual representation of object/event
an abstract unit of thought that represents an object or quality
changing and reorganizing to create new information
a step-by-step procedure
a habitual strategy or pattern of problem solving
the capacity to use information and/or abilities in new and original ways
the ability to overcome rigidity
the apparent sudden realization of the solution to a problem
an individual linguistic sound
the study of meaning in language
smallest unit of linguistic meaning
a statement of relationship between concepts
a rule-of-thumb strategy
the urge to belong, love, and have self esteem
an external stimulus, reinforcer, or reward that motivates behavior
innate tendencies that determine behavior
correction towards normal state
internal states that directs towards a goal
motivation that reduces biological needs
needs that must be fulfilled to sustain life
a state of tension produced to reach a goal
hypothalamus that produces hunger signals
hypothalamus that can cause one to stop eating
Intrinsic and extrinsic
Self oriented perfectionism
Need to be competent
B F Skinner
Social learning theory