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Sheet1 Page 1 Results: Total number of questions: 25 Percent correct: 36% Question: Long-term memory is to working memory as ______ is to ______. Student answered: c) a keyboard on your computer Correct answer: d) a file stored on a hard drive Question: Which is NOT a problem commonly associated with frontal-lobe damage? Student answered: c) The tendency to go off-task on a whim. Correct answer: d) Inability to recognize and identify objects. Question: An individual suffering from frontal-lobe damage would be LEAST likely to exhibit which of the following behaviors? Student answered: b) Copying a drawing of a face in a piecemeal, disorganized fashion. Correct answer: d) Taking an alternative route to school after learning about a traffic jam on the traditional route. Question: Which does NOT describe a cost of chunking? Student answered: b) The longer the list of items to be remembered, the less likely we are to remember those items. Correct answer: b) The longer the list of items to be remembered, the less likely we are to remember those items. Question: Someone with a larger working memory capacity is likely to perform better than someone with a smaller working me Student answered: b) efficient reading Correct answer: d) discriminating shapes Question: What is an advantage of trying to learn something using deep (meaning-related) processing rather than strategies l Student answered: b) It is better at preventing "remembering" details that were never actually present but fit with the meaning Correct answer: c) It creates more retrieval paths for the memory.
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