Exercise 6 CH6 - Exercise 6 Chapter 6 Neuro Cognition 1.,.Psychologists considerHaraguchi A.afraud B.autistic C.amnemonist D.mentallyretarded Answer:C

Exercise 6 CH6 - Exercise 6 Chapter 6 Neuro Cognition...

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Exercise 6 Chapter 6 Neuro Cognition   1. Akira Haraguchi recited the digits of pi to the first 83,431 decimal places in 2005. Psychologists consider Haraguchi _____. A. a fraudB. autisticC. a mnemonistD. mentally retardedAnswer: CFeedback: page 189 Bloom’s Taxonomy: knowledge Difficulty level: easy Learning goals: the nature of memory   2. _____ involves retaining information over time. A. Learning B. Memory C. Priming D. Amnesia Answer: B Bloom’s Taxonomy: knowledge Difficulty level: easy Feedback: page 190 Learning goals: the nature of memory   3. In order to remember the content of what you’ve read in this textbook, you will need to ______ theinformation. A. encodeB. store
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C. retrieveD. All of theseAnswer: DFeedback: page 190 Bloom’s Taxonomy: application Difficulty level: moderate Learning goals: the nature of memory   4. Nicholas is a waiter who wants to be able to take complex orders from large parties without writing them down. What can he do to increase his memory performance under such circumstances? A. He should try to remember the person’s face, and imagine each person eating the food he or she  has ordered. B. He should pay attention to the chatter going on at the table behind him. C. He should wait several minutes in between taking the order and putting the order in to the cooks. D. He should not worry about confusing an order; after all, everyone can switch things around until  it’s right. Answer: A Bloom’s Taxonomy: application Difficulty level: moderate Feedback: page 190 Learning goals: the nature of memory  
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