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Homework answers / question archive / Question 1 1 / 1 pts For Dewey, mental processes are to be understood as expressions of pre-existing mental faculties or structures; representations of the environment; functional parts of an overarching co-ordination; a combination of associative learning

Question 1 1 / 1 pts For Dewey, mental processes are to be understood as expressions of pre-existing mental faculties or structures; representations of the environment; functional parts of an overarching co-ordination; a combination of associative learning

Psychology

Question 1

1 / 1 pts

For Dewey, mental processes are to be understood as

expressions of pre-existing mental faculties or structures;

representations of the environment;

functional parts of an overarching co-ordination;

a combination of associative learning.

 

Question 2

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Hegel's dialectic approach  

showed how apparently opposing sides of a dichotomy are united in a higher synthesis;

was so called because it was delivered orally;

showed how things were defined by their own intrinsic characteristics;

demonstrated that things had to be understood by analysing them into their component parts.

 

Question 3

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According to the Hegelian dialectic approach,

the mind and body are two different substances;

the body is to be understood in purely mechanical terms;

the mind requires a body for its expression;

the mind is an emergent property of the body.

 

Question 4

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Dewey criticised the concept of the reflex because it  

assumed that stimulus and response could be understood and defined independently of one another;

underestimated the complexity of the nervous system;

did not recognise the mediating role of consciousness between stimulus and response;

did not specify in enough detail the physiological underpinnings of behaviour.

 

Question 5

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For Dewey, an organic state or process becomes a mental state or process

through neural connections to the brain's consciousness centre;

by being categorised;

by having a measurable effect on our overt behaviour;

by producing an emotional response.

 

Question 6

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For Dewey, the difference between mental processes and non-mental processes can be understood in terms of

the intrinsic characteristics of the process in question;

the functional relationships of that process with other states and processes;

the brain areas that underlie them;

the sensations that accompany them.

 

Question 7

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For Dewey, consciousness  

is the cause of our being able to resolve conflicts between old and new knowledge;

is the effect of the resolution of conflicts between old and new knowledge;

is a matter of subjective sensations;

is a pre-existing mental faculty.

 

Question 8

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For Dewey, thinking is the
i) assignation of meaning to meaningless sensory data;
ii) creation of meaning from meaningless sensory data through their association with one another;
iii) ordering of sensory data in such a way that their inherent meaning is preserved;
iv) coordination of already meaningful complexes with a larger functional organisation.

i only;

i and ii;

iii only;

iii and iv.

 

Question 9

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For Dewey, the rules of logic are

pre-existing, formal requirements that have to be fulfilled by any process if it is to be rational;

simply rules that are extracted from successful instances of thinking;

eternal abstract laws that applicable throughout time and space;

purely a matter of convention.

 

Question 10

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Dewey's Experimental School

implemented a detailed plan of how children should be educated;

allowed the pupils to determine their own topics of instruction;

sought to integrate the physical and intellectual aspects of thinking with one another;

did not allow teachers to impose any discipline on children.

 

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