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ASSIGNMENT 6PAGE 2121.Human memory consists of multiple systems that have the ability to store information forperiods of time that range from _____ to _____.2.Ruth has just finished her research paper and handed it in. As she walks out of the classroom, she realizes that there were a few more things she should have included in the paper. Ruth’s problem is in the memory process of3.Which model of memory suggests that memory processes occur throughout a neural network simultaneously?4.Research has demonstrated you can enhance your memory for specific words if you thinkabout its meaning, how it can be used, and by giving a personal example of its use. This is best accounted for by which model of memory?PAGE 2221.____ memories are said to linger in the mind for a few seconds, allowing people the chance to keep with the flow of conversations and remember what was just said.2.Information enters into short-term memory through a process known as ____.3.Of the following, which is the most similar to the concept of long- term memory?
4.Amber meets a cute guy named Carson at a party. She wants to make sure she remembershis name so she reminds herself that he has the same name as the capital of Nevada (Carson City). This transferring of information from short-term memory to long-term memory is an example of what type of rehearsal?5.Brenda has been able to tie her shoes since she was 4 but now finds it difficult to explain to her baby brother how to tie his shoes, although she can easily demonstrate it for him. Brenda’s memory for shoe-tying is best characterized as a ______.6.When you take your final exam in your psychology class, what type of memory will you most certainly need to access to answer each question?PAGE 2311.What concept suggests that the best place to study for your psychology final to ensure good retrieval of concepts is your psychology classroom?2.Jaclynn had written a grocery list but accidentally left it at home. Trying to remember the list, Jaclynn remembers what was at the beginning of the list and what was at the end but not those things in the middle. This is an example of the