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Information Processing Vocab

Subject : soft-skills
  • Answer 27 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Linguistic - Logical/ Mathematical - musical - visual/spatail - bodily - kinesthetic - interperonal - intrapersonal - naturalist - spiritualist - existential

2. People have what type of capacity to process information?

3. The ability to size up situations and do what is needed to adapt

4. Students who are not self-regulated (just want it) need more...

5. Various concepts are connected to each other in a...

6. Length of time you can attend to stimulus

7. What do people use to solve problems and process information meaningfully?

8. Some behaviors are so well learned that they require very little...

9. Information moves through a...

10. Making sense of appropriate information - making the appropriate decision and preparing the necessary action.

11. Adolescents have superior ability in these areas

12. Info that is processed through some type of rehearsal

13. Gives information on the effectiveness of a response or action.

14. The ability to use one's experience to formulate new ideas

15. The most significant adolescent ability

16. Feedback from yourself - feeling how the action went.

17. Metacognition requires the ability to...

18. Feedback from an external force such as a coach - team mate or the crowd.

19. The skills required to do well on standarized test

20. _______ set their own goals - are aware of their present state of knowledge and where they want to be - and are internally motivated

21. Adolescents are better at understanding what is required to...

22. If attended to - the information enters into the working memory - still a limited capacity - 30 seconds without rehearsal

23. This strength of one's own plays an important role in determining how one processes information

24. Extent to which a person can choose a certain stimulus over others

25. Long term memories are laid down in patterns called...

26. Brief - limited capacity - if not further processed - information is lost

27. People must process information to make it...