# Фрагменты когнитивной психологии. Бабушкин А.П. - 16 стр.

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(5) Communication
. To the extent that people share knowledge and index it in terms of
the same categories, they will be able to communicate with each other.
Conceptual knowledge frames the sphere of meaning-based knowledge
representations.
5. Answer the following questions to the text:
1) What is a concept?
2) What do concepts refer to?
3) Do concepts need to have real-world counterparts?
4) In what way does the classical view on concepts define them?
5) Around what are concepts organized according to the prototype view?
6) What is the essence of the exempler view?
7) Does classification allow old knowledge to analyze the current situation?
8) Does classification help to make predictions?
9) Do concepts and conceptual structures support reasoning?
10) Why can people communicate with each other?
6. What is the most typical example of a bird (tree, vegetable, fruit) in Russia? Discuss
it in pairs.
7. Outline the main ideas of the text.
Unit 6
Schemas
1. Give Russian equivalents to the following English words.
What part of speech do they belong to?
Schema, story, process, rationalization, version, role, configuration, packet,
attribute;
Prior, central, basic, modern, various, typical, reconstruct;
Base, guide, program, specify.
2. Find the meaning of the following English words in a dictionary:
1. expectation (n)
2. undergo (v)
3. deletion (n)
4. elaboration (n)
5. distortion (n)
6. dwelling (n)
7. insight (n)
8. enable (v)
9. sense (n)
10. slot (n)
11. value (n)
12. default (a)
13. ostrich (n)
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(5) Communication. To the extent that people share knowledge and index it in terms of
the same categories, they will be able to communicate with each other.
Conceptual knowledge frames the sphere of meaning-based knowledge
representations.

5. Answer the following questions to the text:

1) What is a concept?
2) What do concepts refer to?
3) Do concepts need to have real-world counterparts?
4) In what way does the classical view on concepts define them?
5) Around what are concepts organized according to the prototype view?
6) What is the essence of the exempler view?
7) Does classification allow old knowledge to analyze the current situation?
8) Does classification help to make predictions?
9) Do concepts and conceptual structures support reasoning?
10) Why can people communicate with each other?

6. What is the most typical example of a bird (tree, vegetable, fruit) in Russia? Discuss
it in pairs.

7. Outline the main ideas of the text.

Unit 6

Schemas

1. Give Russian equivalents to the following English words.
What part of speech do they belong to?

Schema, story, process, rationalization, version, role, configuration, packet,
attribute;
Prior, central, basic, modern, various, typical, reconstruct;
Base, guide, program, specify.

2. Find the meaning of the following English words in a dictionary:

1.   expectation (n)             6. dwelling (n)              11. value (n)
2.   undergo (v)                 7. insight (n)               12. default (a)
3.   deletion (n)                8. enable (v)                13. ostrich (n)
4.   elaboration (n)             9. sense (n)
5.    distortion (n)            10. slot (n)