What does it mean to be “adventurous”? Would you describe

 

  1. What does it mean to be “adventurous”?
  2. Would you describe yourself as an adventurous person? Why or why not?
  3. How did you score? Do you think the test was accurate? Why or why not?

How Your “Working Memory” Makes Sense of the World

  1. Doolittle makes the distinction between working memory and working memory capacity. Explain the difference between the two and discuss how your own working memory capacity helps or hinders you in your daily life.
  2. Doolittle explains several of the things our working memory capacity allows us to do, such as communicate, problem solve and think critically. Provide an example of how you used your own working memory today.
  3. Doolittle also explains that our working memory capacity has limitations. Provide an example of how your own working memory capacity was limited recently.

link  https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/tests/personality/adventure-quotient-aq-test

  1. What does it mean to be “adventurous”?
  2. Would you describe yourself as an adventurous person? Why or why not?
  3. How did you score? Do you think the test was accurate? Why or why not?

How Your “Working Memory” Makes Sense of the World

  1. Doolittle makes the distinction between working memory and working memory capacity. Explain the difference between the two and discuss how your own working memory capacity helps or hinders you in your daily life.
  2. Doolittle explains several of the things our working memory capacity allows us to do, such as communicate, problem solve and think critically. Provide an example of how you used your own working memory today.
  3. Doolittle also explains that our working memory capacity has limitations. Provide an example of how your own working memory capacity was limited recently. 
  4. What does it mean to be “adventurous”?
  5. Would you describe yourself as an adventurous person? Why or why not?
  6. How did you score? Do you think the test was accurate? Why or why not?

How Your “Working Memory” Makes Sense of the World

  1. Doolittle makes the distinction between working memory and working memory capacity. Explain the difference between the two and discuss how your own working memory capacity helps or hinders you in your daily life.
  2. Doolittle explains several of the things our working memory capacity allows us to do, such as communicate, problem solve and think critically. Provide an example of how you used your own working memory today.
  3. Doolittle also explains that our working memory capacity has limitations. Provide an example of how your own working memory capacity was limited recently.

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