Tutor profile: Bailey C.
Using the American Psychological Association (APA) format, what is the correct way to write an in-text citation? A. (year of publication, author's first name) B. (author's last name) C. (author's last name, year of publication) D. (year of publication)
The answer is C. Additionally, the in-text citation is listed at the end of a sentence that quotes, paraphrases, or eludes to a book or article.
Subject: Study Skills
Which of the following most accurately describes the best way to succeed in a class? This class includes powerpoint presentations, lecture, and weekly reading assignments. A. Writing down everything your professor says word for word B. Outlining powerpoint slides and doing reading assignments before class C. Only reading weekly assignments before the exam D. Taking note of relevant and important information your professor says during lecture E. B & C F. A & B
The answer is E. Outlining powerpoint slides and doing the weekly reading assignments BEFORE class makes it easier to engage in lecture. It also primes your memory for the material that is to be discussed, which makes it easier to identify relevant and important information.
It is important to understand how the brain works in relation to psychology. For this question, you will be tested on the most general regions and functions of the brain. Part 1: Name each lobe in the human brain Part 2: Choose one lobe to expand upon. List the general functions of this lobe. Optionally, identify any specific regions that are crucial to the functioning of this brain region.
-The human brain has 4 lobes: the frontal lobe, temporal lobe, occipital lobe, and parietal lobe. Possible answers for Part 2: -The frontal lobe is responsible for higher order cognition. This includes decision making, planning, personality, and language. The two main important regions in the frontal lobe are the motor cortex, which controls the execution of movement, and Broca's Area, which is responsible for language, speech, and articulation. -The primary function of the temporal lobe is processing auditory input (hearing). This lobe also plays a big role in memory, processing sensory input, and language. The primary auditory cortex processes sensory input from the ears (hearing). Wernicke's Area is responsible for the comprehension of speech. Lastly, the hippocampus consolidates short-term and long-term memory. - The occipital lobe processes visual input. This lobe focuses primarily on the comprehension of shapes, colors, and movement. Additionally, the occipital lobe interprets and draws conclusions about what we see. - The parietal lobe is responsible for spatial learning and memory and integrating visual information. It contains the somatosensory cortex, which interprets touch, pressure, pain, and temperature.
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