posted by megan on .
Imagine that you are riding a bus. A girl gets on, and you recognize her as someone you know but have not seen for two years.
1. What are the roles of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system in allowing you to recognize the person and remember who she is?
2. What are the roles of sensation and perception in allowing you to recognize who the person is?
3. Give examples of episodic and semantic memory that could be topics of conversation as you talk to your friend.
4. You and your friend come from similar backgrounds and once had similar personalities and interests. As you talk to each other, you both realize that you have become very different people. Give an example of one dimension and one theme of development that applies to this situation, and define the dimension and theme you use.
5. a) Your friend tells you about a tragedy that happened in her life. What would cause most people to make a situational attribution and not a personal attribution?
b) Since the tragedy, your friend has lost interest in doing things that used to interest her, and she has been blaming herself for the tragedy. How might a psychologist determine if her struggle is mental illness? What type of disorder might she have?
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its not my work its something i simply don't understand at all and what the like questions are exactly asking?
I beleive it has something to do with cognitive