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Tutor profile: Amber H.

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Amber H.
Writing Tutor, Psychology/Biology Student on 3 Year Track
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Subject: Writing

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Question:

What is the best structure for a persuasive essay - no, it isn't a five paragraph essay!

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Amber H.
Answer:

P1: Intro P2 - However many is the limit: Integrate background, make a point, substantiate it, and dismiss any counter claim at the end. Prove why your point is better. PLast: Restate basic intro and counter claims; add a little more background to tie up if needed.

Subject: Study Skills

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When studying a large group of related terms or topics, what is the best approach to memorizing a vast amount of terms and information?

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Answer:

Chunking; taking a large amount of items and boiling them down into smaller items. This option is more efficient than using working memory, where you can only remember usually 7 terms. By chunking items together, you can use this working memory to your advantage and remember a larger grouping of items in a shorter amount of time!

Subject: Psychology

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What was William Wundt's definition of psychology?

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Amber H.
Answer:

Wundt described 'psychology' as being the scientific study of the conscious experience.

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