EXAM 3 PRACTICE TEST

EXAM 3 PRACTICE TEST - EXAM 3 PRACTICE TEST 1. In order to...

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EXAM 3 PRACTICE TEST 1. In order to remember the information presented in his psychology textbook, Bjorn often relates it to his own life experiences. Bjorn's strategy is an effective memory aid because it facilitates: A) iconic memory. B) meaningful encoding. -effortful encoding. Better than automatic encoding, increases stay in LTM C) automatic processing. D) proactive interference. E) the serial position effect. - Remember the beginning of the list and the end. Encoding, Storage, Retrieval Iconic= Really brief sensory memory. Before ST and LT memory. Visual. Lasts less than a second 2. Acronyms are to chunking as the method of loci is to: A) imagery.- you attach each memory to a place. B) rehearsal. C) acoustic encoding. D) automatic processing. E) the “peg-word” system. 3. A momentary sensory memory of visual stimuli is called ________ memory. A) echoic Sound. Holds less than iconic. Lasts longer than iconic but does not hold as much as iconic. B) Implicit- Procedural. Unconscious and doesn’t have to be though about. Cerebellum. C) iconic- Memory. Brief. Less than a second. D) flashbulb- memory of something specific when something dramatic happens. Type of LTM. Iconic= Sensory Explicit= Hard facts. What you learn in class. What you can consciously recall. Conscious awareness. Hippocampus. 4. Remembering how to solve a puzzle without any conscious recollection that you know how to solve it illustrates ________ memory. A) short-term B) explicit C) flashbulb D) implicit - do not have a conscious awareness of it. E) sensory Semantic Memory= Stuff you learn in class. General. 2+2 is 4 Episodic Memory= Personal information. 5. Which sin of memory results from storage decay? A) absent-mindedness. B) repression. C) transience . D) implicit memory.
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Sins of memory Transience is storage decay. Absentmindedness= lapses in attention that leads to encoding failure. Blocking= New information is being blocked by something. “Tip of the Tongue” state. Misattribution= misattribution of memory to something else. Confusion in the source of memory. Suggestibility= Incorporating misleading information in the memory. Persistence= Inability to stop remembering. Bias 6. Compulsive gamblers frequently recall losing less money than is actually the case. Their memory failure best illustrates: A) source amnesia. B) proactive interference. C) the serial position effect. D) motivated forgetting . E) the next-in-line effect. 7. Research on memory construction indicates that memories of past experiences are likely to be: A) difficult to retrieve but never completely lost. B) distorted by our current assumptions . C) much more vivid if they are seldom rehearsed. D) retrieved in the very same form and detail as they were originally encoded. 8.
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