Roger Sperry’s right brain/left brain concept (Points : 1)       is limited in scope and was discovered during a study of epilepsy.       replaced…


 Roger Sperry’s right brain/left brain concept (Points : 1)

       is limited in scope and was discovered during a study of epilepsy.
       replaced the concept of brain function as the coordination of all brain sectors.
       was specifically used to validate the views of “divisions of the mind” proponents.
       is the basis for neuro-linguistic programming.

Question 2.2. The Let Me Learn system is based primarily on (Points : 1)

       principles of neuro-linguistic programming.
       right brain/left brain studies.
       research of the brain-mind interface.
       insights from ancient Greek philosophers.


Question 3.3. The term “Learners with Continuous Partial Attention” is applied primarily to students who (Points : 1)

       do not consciously apply the Let Me Learn system.
       frequently multitask during learning situations.
       make mindfulness a high priority.
       have a low level of internal chatter.


Question 4.4. According to the Let Me Learn system as presented in Figure 1.1, which of the following sequences is correct? (Points : 1)

       brain-mind-interface, sense stimuli, mind, brain
       brain-mind-interface, sense stimuli, brain, mind
       sense stimuli, brain-mind interface, brain, mind
       sense stimuli, brain, brain-mind interface, mind


Question 5.5. The most important key to success in college involves (Points : 1)

       knowing how to learn.
       knowing the right people.
       developing an accurate memory.
       understanding how professors create tests.


Question 6.6. According to researchers, multitasking (Points : 1)

       is an important skill that college students should acquire.
       allows people to get more done in less time.
       enhances the functioning of working memory.
       results in less efficient learning.


Question 7.7. This is a nonproductive learning behavior: (Points : 1)

       Completing assignments and then noting what was learned and how to improve next time
       Quickly skimming readings and briefly looking at graphics in the readings
       Thinking critically and analyzing one’s ideas before expressing them
       Basing opinions on credible sources


Question 8.8. The ____________ translates stimuli into symbols/information that can be stored in the brain for later retrieval. (Points : 1)

       working memory
       brain-mind interface
       learning pattern


Question 9.9. What two characteristics will be most crucial to your success as a nontraditional student? (Points : 1)

       High IQ and good communication skills
       Perseverance and persistence
       Ability to memorize and high IQ
       Financial support and good health


Question 10.10. Fundamentally, learning is about (Points : 1)

       acquiring practical skills that will be useful around the home.
       impressing people with how smart you are.
       taking in information and developing an effective response to it.
       accepting society’s definition of success.


Question 11.11. Learning is most likely to empower you and enhance your life when (Points : 1)

       you have the latest digital technology and know how to use it.
       your mind is prepared and ready to learn.
       you’ve discovered how to minimize stress.
       you have the support of friends and family for your education endeavors.


Question 12.12. Of the four learning patterns, _______________ is primarily involved with problem solving. (Points : 1)

       Technical Reasoning


Question 13.13. In the digital age we have (Points : 1)

       less time to absorb and make sense of new information.
       fewer ways to learn than we did before the digital age.
       mentally become narrower and deeper rather than wider and shallower.
       great difficulty accessing quality information.


Question 14.14. When participating in discussion boards for your online classes, you should (Points : 1)

       focus on quick replies rather than accurate replies.
       proofread each submission carefully.
       use texting abbreviations.
       stick to your position no matter what.


Question 15.15. Today learning (Points : 1)

       occurs both in school and in the “real world.”
       has been distilled to a simple two-step process.
       requires either a smart phone or laptop computer.
       is essentially the same as it was a hundred years ago.


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