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Week 7 Homework LAI 205.docx

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Week 7 Homework Due on 3/17(Sat) end of day, 11:59pm MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. When Rovee-Collier and her colleagues attached a ribbon from a mobile to 2- to 3-month-old  infants’ legs, so infants learned to kick to make the mobile move, they found that when they  returned to the babies’ homes several days later the babies a. had forgotten that kicking made the mobile move. b. would still kick to make the mobile move. c. had lost interest in the mobile. d. would cry when they saw the mobile. 2. The brain structures primarily responsible for the initial storage of information — including the  hippocampus and frontal cortex — seem to develop by a. 3 months of age. c. 12 months of age. b. 6 months of age. d. 2 years of age. 3. Which memory strategy is a preschooler most likely to use? a. rehearsing information over and over c. summarizing information they are told to  remember b. outlining information they are supposed to remember d. looking at or touching a to-be- remembered object  4. __________ is a strategy of repetitively naming information that is to be remembered. a. Outlining c. Monitoring b. Rehearsal d. Summarizing 5. Your friend is having a hard time remembering the main points of his psychology textbook.  If he asks you to recommend a memory strategy, which one would you suggest? a. Touch the sentences that contain the main points as you read them. b. Read the sentences that contain the main points over and over.
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