Discussion #1.  Slips of the tongue provide a valuable window into the processes involved in language production. They are also closely related to the action slips examined in Chapter 7 of your course text, Cognitive Psychology. For this discussion:

  1. · Describe at least three categories of speech errors, giving an example of each.
  2. · Discuss the explanations given for these types of speech errors.
  3. · Give an example or two of such speech errors you have experienced in your life and explain why you think they happened.

Please include the following in your response:

· Refer to and integrate ideas presented in the text and any supplemental readings.

· Cite outside resources if necessary to make your point.

· Follow APA style guidelines for citations and references.

DISCUSSION #2. Which method for teaching children to read is best? Educators have wrestled with this question for decades and several approaches have emerged. For this discussion:

  1. · Compare and contrast the whole-language, whole-word, and phonics approaches to reading instruction.
  2. · Which seems to be the most effective? Explain.

Please include the following in your response:

· Refer to and integrate ideas presented in the text and any supplemental readings.

· Cite outside resources if necessary to make your point.

· Follow current edition APA style and format for citations and references.

DISCUSSION #3. Memory acquisition involves different areas of the cortex, depending on the type of information presented. Our ability to remember events and how to perform tasks affects our ability to work, interact with others, and understand the world around us. To complete this discussion, answer the following question about memory’s contribution to how we perceive the world:

1·  Assume you are building an electronic learning and memory system for a robot—is there anything that you would change from the human design? Why or why not?

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