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Unformatted text preview: fluency to occur? Student answered: b) You do not try to interpret the feeling of specialness. Correct answer: b) You do not try to interpret the feeling of specialness. Question: In an experiment, people were asked to memorize words in a way that focused either on meaning (deep processing condition) or sound (shallow processing condition). Then they were asked to recall the words, cued with hints that either matched their learning (e.g. cued with sound hints if sound was focused on during learning) or did not match (e.g. cued with meaning hints if they focused on sound during learning). The results showed that recall was best for participants in the Student answered: a) shallow processing, matched cues condition. Correct answer: b) deep processing, matched cues condition. Question: In the "generate" condition of Jacoby's 1983 experiment, participants saw a word and had to generate (and remember) its antonym. In the "context" condition, participants saw both the word and its antonym and had to remember the latter. In the "no context" condition participants were just shown the word to remember. On a standard recognition test, participants from Student answered: a) the no context condition performed best. Correct answer: b) the generate condition performed best. Question: Eli (age 22) can remember what he did last week, but he can't remember the birth of his cousin (which happened immediately before Eli received a head injury in a motorcycle accident). What is Eli's condition? Student answered: c) Korsakoff's syndrome Correct answer: b) retrograde amnesia Question: Which testing method mainly targets explicit, rather than implicit, memory? Student answered: c) recall tasks Correct answer: c) recall tasks Question: All of the following contribute evidence for a dissociation between explicit and implicit memory EXCEPT: Student answered: c) Having a word in front of one's eyes has more impact on a subsequent word completion task than thinking about the word's meaning, but for a subsequent recall task the opposite is true. Correct answer: a) There is a dissociation between the primacy and recency effect in the serial position curve. Question: Damage to the __________ tends to result in ___________. Student answered: d) parietal lobe; Capgras syndrome Correct answer: c) hippocampus; anterograde amnesia Question: A question like, "What's the name of the waiter?" requires ___; a question like, "Isn't that the guy we usually see on the bus?" requires _____. Student answered: c) source memory; familiarity Correct answer: a) recall; recognition...
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