Question

Describe what is meant by *serial learning* and
*paired associate learning* and give a real-life example of
each.

Answer #1

Serial learning is the ability to remember the first and last bits of information when it is presented in a sequence. The order of the stimuli presented plays a key role in the information retained. For example: If you were to list out of Beyonce's singles that topped the Billboard charts, you may be able to get the first three or four songs right and probably the last three or four songs that topped the charts.Everything else in the middle might be more difficult to remember.

Paired-associate learning is the process of associating a particular stimulus with a stimulus of a different kind in order to evoke a response. The most common example of this form of learning is the experiment conducted by Pavlov. The dog in the experiment began to salivate at the sound of the bell because associated the sound of the bell with food.

Give an example of a real life application of one of the three
learning theories. Be specific in your example, identifying all the
components of the example. For example, if you select an example of
operant conditioning, tell us if it is positive/negative or
reinforcement/punishment and explain why. You may use personal
examples if you wish or you may select an example from a movie or
television show.

-Describe the term economies of scale. Give a real-life example
of a business where you can see an application of this term
-Describe the term economies of scope. Give a real-life example
of a business where you can see an application of this term

a) Provide a real life example scenario for a paired-samples
t-test that includes sample data for N = 4 in each
condition. Do not only present the numbers; you need a reasonable
example of something that could be tested with a paired-samples
t-test.
b) Explain why your example is appropriate for a paired-samples
t-test.
c) Conduct the paired-samples t-test (two-tailed test
with an alpha of .05), showing your work for each step.

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and what the outcome was. Were there any negative or positive
consequences of using the heuristic?

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probabilities? Give an original example. How do these
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provide a real-life example of each of the macromolecules below.
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Give a real life example of the continuity equation in action.
Include details, explain each part of the equation, cross-sectional
area and speed for each part of your example.

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