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A teacher tells a student to use a pattern to solve a problem algorithm
A math student uses the "guess and check" method" Trial and error
the premake of a model prototype
how you view an object whether it is abstract or concrete concept
when you think about your thoughts metacongnition
wolfgang koehler theory insight learning
johnny has a mental shortcut to help him add numbers in math, but it isn't always the right answer heuristic
luke reacts to the fight really sad while andy was happy to see the results. this is an example of framing
if something happens more frequently than normal during a given period, it will happen less frequently in the future gambler's fallacy
anna thinks that she did well on her test, so she goes to her parents to see what they think confirmation bias

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Thinking and Problem Solving Crossword

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step-by-step process that eventually leads to an answer algorithm
when an answer just comes to you; the "Aha!" moment insight learning
using cat litter to melt iced roads? I don't think so. functional fixedness
believing that because you watch Jeopardy every day, most other people do, too availability heuristic
related to researcher bias confirmation bias
not admitting a belief is wrong, even when shown evidence against it belief perseverance
the last 4 cards I drew were hearts, so the next one will probably be a heart! Gamblers Fallacy
type of problem solving characterized by repeated, varied attempts trial and error
"rule of thumb" heuristic
awareness of your own thought process metacognition

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Outsiders Crossword Puzzle

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a type of clothing that only the Socs wear and the Greasers envy Madras
she was only 16 years old when she wrote the story SEHinton
Dally sent Johnny and Ponyboy to this city after Johnny killed Bob Windrixville
the main theme in The Outsiders identity
these people have long hair and live on the East side Greasers
the oldest Curtis brother Darrel
he had a horse named Mickey Mouse Sodapop
he used to live in New York before coming back to Tulsa Dallas Winston
it's the one thing that both the Greasers and the Socs have loyalty
her hair was fiery red, and so ws her car Cherry Valance
the title of the novel we are reading The Outsiders
it always happens between the Greasers and the Socs rumbles
Mrs. O'Briant called Ponyboy, Johnny and Dally this (hint chapter 6) heroes
these people are rich, drive hotrods and live on the West side Socs
Mr. Syme's students called him late at night and asked him about the theme he was to write about. His name is (hint chapter 12) Ponyboy
Dally loved this person more than anything Johnny
Bob drove this kind of car Corvair

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Thinking and Problem Solving Crossword

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the mental grouping of similar objects, events, ideas, or people concept
a mental image or best example of a category prototype
a methodical, logical rule or procedure that guarantees solving a particular problem algorithm
simple thinking strategy that often allows us to make judgements and solve problems efficiently; usually speedier but also more error-prone that algorithms heuristic
a sudden and often novel realization of the solutions to a problem insight learning
a tendency to approach a problem in a particular way, often a way that has been successful in the past mental set
the tendency to think of things in terms of their usual functions; an impediment to problem solving functional fixedness
the way an issue is posed; how an issue is framed can significantly affect decisions and judgements framing
the tendency for one's preexisting beliefs to distort logical reasoning, sometimes by making invalid conclusions seem valid, or valid conclusions seem valid belief bias
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one had foreseen it hindsight bias
the tendency to be more confident than correct-to overestimate the accuracy of one's beliefs and judgements overconfidence bias

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Cognition Crossword

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Susan associates chicken, turkey, and steak all as meat. Concept
Robert didn't know the exact formula to use for a problem on his math test, so he used every formula he knew until he got an answer that was a multiple choice option. Trial and Error
Emily took a test and could not remember the answer to a problem. Thirty minutes after the test, she randomly remembered the correct answer. Insight Learning
When asked to name a type of bird, Davis replied "blue jay" over a chicken. Prototype
Jordan was given a math problem to solve and had to show the steps she used to solve the problem instead of a shortcut. This guaranteed Jordan the correct answer. Algorithm
Sarah loves to wear makeup, therefore all girls love to wear makeup. Inductive Reasoning
Conner was in an alley when a stranger began to attack him. Conner failed to see he could use his shoe as a weapon to defend himself against the attacker. Functional Fixedness
Frank was looking to buy a used car for $8,000. The owner of the car he was interested in buying was selling the car for $10,000. The two men settled on a price of $9,000. Anchoring Effect
Audrey was taking an English test and answered 5 questions in a row "C". She assumed that the next answered could not be "C" because the previous 5 were "C". Gamblers Fallacy
Growing up, Caroline loved to watch Star Wars. When discussing the movie with a friend, she was shocked when she discovered her friend had never seen the movie. Availability Heuristic

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Thinking and Problem Solving Crossword

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A mental grouping of similar objects, events, ideas or people Concept
Best example of a category Prototype
Taking the wrongs of one way and doing something new Trial and Error
Awareness and understanding of ones thought process Metacognition
Step by step procedure for trying all possible alternatives in searching for a solution Algorithm
A simple thinking strategy that allows us to make judgements and solve problems Heuristic
Applying logic based on new or existing information Insight Learning
Reasoning from one or more statements Deductive Reasoning
A tendency to approach a problem in one particular way Mental Set
the tendency to think of things only in terms of their usual functions Functional Fixedness

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Psychology: Chapter 7 Word Search

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This word search contains the following answers:

validity
cultural bias
thinking
syntax
semantic
reliability
psycholinguistic theory
prototype
overregularization
mental set
mental image
mental age
intelligence
insight
incubation
holophrase
heauristics
heritability
framing effect
displacement
convergent thinking
concept
cognition
availability heuristic
algorithm

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Thinking and Problem Solving Crossword

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This crossword contains the following questions and answers:

What does it mean to group similar things together? Concept
The first of it's kind is referd to as a... Prototype
There's nothing wrong with the question you just gotta use a bunch of different approaches till one works. Trail and Error
The thought of thinking about thinking is still thinking but deeper. Metacognition
Step by step will eventually and always get you to were you were planning on going. Algorithm
Step by step will eventually and always get you to were you were planning on going but this is a short cut. Heuristic
Erika I've got it! Insight learning
Birds to flightless birds to live in warm climate birds to kiwi Deductive reasoning
If 5+3=8 then 8-5=3 but with thought. Syllogistic reasoning
This raven is in a symbiotic relationship with wolves. All ravens are in symbiotic relationships with wolves. inductive reasoning
Backwards thinking, literally. means-end analysis
It worked before it'll work now. mental set
a pool is a pool is a pool, ment for swimin not for rain drinking. functional fixedness
But what if i say it like thiiiiiiiisssss? Framing
"500." "How about 300." "450." "Deal." Anchoring effect
"No no no no!" "Wash your face!" "NOOOOOO!!!" rigidity
I was right even before it happen! hindsight Bias
the earth is flat, even if there's "proof" Belief Bias
Man I going to pass this with perfect score! (but little did joji know he made a 2) overconfidence bias
10 wins in a row? it's bound to end. gambler's fallacy
Give me what I want to hear!! confirmation bias.

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Noun Crossword Puzzle

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Large amount of water. (common) ocean
Something you access online. (common) website
Somewhere you go out to eat. (common) restraunt
A popular fizzy drink company. (proper) coca cola
A popular chocolate company. (proper) Cadbury
A popular shoe brand. (proper) Nike
A popular fast food outlet. (proper) Mc Donalds
A popular caffe. (proper) starbucks
A vehicle that you drive. (common) car
An item of clothing that you put over your clothes to keep you warm. (common) jumper
A job that you create paintings or drawings in. (concrete) artist
A person in court who decided the outcome of the defendants. (concrete) judge
Something that is in the sky. (concrete) cloud
An animal that you own and take care of. (concrete) pet
Something that you write with and can rub out. (concrete) pencil
When someone dies and you are very sad afterwards. (abstract) greif
When a person offers to look after you or offers you things you need. (abstract) hospitality
When you put food into your mouth you can do this. (abstract) taste
When you are vey upset about something. (abstract) Anger
When a person or people typically live in a country that is corrupt or poor they live in _______. (abstract) poverty

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Conjunctions Crossword

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The movie we wanted to see was no longer playing, ___ we had to choose a different one. so
I don't like golf, ______ do I like tennis. nor
_______ or not it rains today, we will still have practice tonight. whether
She will want cake ____ ice cream for dessert on her birthday. and
I don't have enough money to buy the video game, ____ if I save up my allowance for two weeks I think I can afford it. but
I won't be able to make it to the party tonight, ________ I cannot provide any refreshments. therefore
You can't park here; ______ there should be open spaces in the lot behind the building. however
Don't touch the pot ________ the stove is still on. while
____ you didn't bring your textbook today, you'll have to share with the student next to you. Since
At the restaurant, I always order steak ____ chicken. or
She won't be playing in the game tonight _____ she has a knee injury. because
You may go to the soccer game ______ you clean your room. after
_____ I was tired, I tried my best to finish all of my work. Although
______ you can get your driver's license, you must take Driver's Ed and practice driving with an adult. Before

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Nice Nouns! Crossword

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Something you sit on -common noun chair
3rd Day of the week- proper noun Wednsday
A type of biscuit that comes with subway- concrete noun cookie
Really angry- abstract noun furious
Sticks paper and other things down- common noun glue
The planet we live on- proper noun Earth
Makes you want to dance- concrete noun music
Ready for anything- abstract noun confident
Permanent Sharp marker- common noun sharpie
Planet with a red dot- proper noun Jupiter
Burns skin and smells like smoke- concrete noun fire
Feeling good about an accomplishment- abstract noun proud
Something you read- common noun book
A city in America- proper noun New York
Mini disgusting tree that kids hate to eat- concrete noun brocoli
Scared that something might happen- abstract noun worried
You can hold stuff in it- common noun bag
The country that we live in- proper noun Australia
Italian dish that everyone loves- concrete noun pizza
You haven't succeeded at something- abstract noun failure

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