- How can neuroimaging studies inform cognitive models and what are their limitations?
These questions are short essay like questions. Although I have selected 3 references (total of 30 sources) for each question more references can be used if necessary. 1. Discuss the proposition that our memories are reconstructions. (300 words) 2. Based on experimental research what advice would you give to someone who wanted to improve their memory? (300 words) 3. How does a process become ‘automatic’ and what are the benefits and risks of this? (300 words) 4. What are the relative strength and weaknesses of filter/bottleneck and resource theories of selective attention? (300 words) 5. What is Visual Agnosia and what can it tell us about how we perceive objects? (300 words) 6. What is Alexithymia and how does this relate to other psychological constructs? (300 words) 7. Outline the main characteristics and evidence for System 1 and System 2 thinking? (300 words) 8. How do disorders of face recognition inform our understanding of normal cognitive processes? (300 words) 9. How can neuroimaging studies inform cognitive models and what are their limitations? (300 words) 10. What is meant by the terms ‘syntax’ and ‘semantics’? Explain how these are separate yet interrelated aspects of language? (300 words)