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Unformatted text preview: Correct answer: d) It allows the information to be accessed from multiple and diverse starting points. Question: In Jacoby's 1983 experiment, participants were exposed, with differing depths of processing and differing lengths of perceptual contact, to a series of words. Some participants then completed a tachistoscopic task. What did the experimenters find? Student answered: b) Length of perceptual contact during the initial exposure was most important for tachistoscopic recognition. Correct answer: b) Length of perceptual contact during the initial exposure was most important for tachistoscopic recognition. Question: Based on past research about explicit and implicit memory, which of the following patterns would you MOST expect to find? Student answered: c) In a tachistoscopic recognition task, people are more likely to recognize a word if they recently saw in in a sentence than if they recently saw it without any context. Correct answer: b) In a word-stem completion task, people are more likely to produce a word they have recently seen, even if they don't remember seeing it, than an equally plausible word they haven't seen recently. Question: Someone with anterograde amnesia Student answered: d) has no implicit long term memory for events after the onset of amnesia. Correct answer: c) has no explicit long term memory for events after the onset of amnesia. Question: Which is the BEST example of "encoding specificity"? Student answered: b) People who studied the word washed didn't realize later on that they had, as part of this presentation, seen ash. Correct answer: b) People who studied the word washed didn't realize later on that they had, as part of this presentation, seen ash. Question: Which of the following experimental results is LEAST likely to be found? Student answered: b) A burst of noise with a familiar sentence embedded in it is judged to be quieter than a burst of noise with an unfamiliar sentence embedded in it. Correct answer: d) Made-up names heard before are judged to be famous people's names on a test immediately following initial pres...
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course CC 302 taught by Professor Galinsky during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.
- Spring '08