Part 1: As you were reading this week, what vocabulary was used that was unfamiliar to you or might be unfamiliar to your peers? Identify three from this week’s content and research each word in the context of learning and cognition. Explain, in your own words, what each word means and how it is used in the context of learning and cognition. Words: Neuroscience, Contemporary cognitive science, flashbulb memories
Part 2: research one scholarly article pertaining to problem solving that was published within the last 10 years. Provide a summary explanation of the findings on problem solving in the context of your article. What implications should scholars consider based on this information? Support your explanation utilizing your course sources and your researched article.
Part 3: Consider the events from the past week of your life. Did you or someone you know experience anything that supports your conclusions about the effects of problem solving skills on behaviors and knowledge development? Describe one personal real-life example of an occurrence that supports the implications of under-developed problem-solving skills and rigidity (Mayer, 2010) on our behaviors and actions. As you share this information, consider and apply the professional standards found in “12.06 Anonymity of Sources”found in the AERA Code of Ethics (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. to your description.
Part 4: Review “6. Nondiscrimination” in the AERA Code of Ethics (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. What implications should be considered in your scholarly writing and observations? What can you do each week to assure you are conducting yourself ethically based on this section of the AERA Code of Ethics?
Each journal entry should be 500 words in length and should establish your understanding of the content, apply appropriate methods of ethical practices, and exhibit appropriate scaffolding of personal experience to the week’s content.