delete 0 out of 1 points One function of ____ is to pull information out of long-term memory. Selected Answer: c. the phonological loop Answers: a. the central executive b. sensory memory c. the phonological loop d. articulatory suppression Question 2 1 out of 1 points
During a visit to the local museum, you appreciate the incredible beauty of the paintings displayed on the wall. Your ability to see the paintings as complete pictures rather than individual, disconnected dots of color, texture, and location is because of a process called _______. Selected Answer: c. binding Answers: a. proximity b. contiguity c. binding d. accommodation Question 3 0 out of 1 points
The primacy effect (from the serial position curve experiment) is associated with ________ memory. Selected Answer: a. implicit Answers: a. implicit b. short-term c. long-term d. sensory Question 4 0 out of 1 points People perceive vertical and horizontal orientations more easily than other orientations according to the Selected Answer: [None Given]
Answers: a. oblique effect. b. law of pragnanz. c. principle of size constancy. d. law of good continuation. Question 5 1 out of 1 points Students, beware! Research shows that _____ does not improve reading comprehension because it does not encourage elaborative processing of the material. Selected Answer: d. highlighting Answers: a. organization
b. feedback c. making up questions about the material d. highlighting Question 6 1 out of 1 points Your text discusses how episodic and semantic memories are interconnected. This discussion revealed that when we experience events, Selected Answer: d. the knowledge that makes up semantic memories is initially attained through a personal experience based in episodic memory. Answers: a. episodic memory for events lasts longer than semantic memory for the events.
b. semantic and episodic memories about events tend to last about the same length of time in our memory. c. semantic memory of events is enhanced when it is not interfered with by associated episodic memories. d. the knowledge that makes up semantic memories is initially attained through a personal experience based in episodic memory. Question 7 0 out of 1 points In Schneider and Shiffrin’s experiment, in which participants were asked to indicate whether a target stimulus was present in a series of rapidly presented “frames,” divided attention was easier Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. when verbal processing was prohibited by the experimenters. b. once processing had become automatic.
c. when processing was more controlled. d. when processing was done verbally. Question 8 0 out of 1 points An early model of memory indicates that incoming information is first handled by “sensory” memory, is then moved to “short term” memory, and finally is pushed into “long-term” memory. This model, proposed by Atkinson and Shiffrin in 1968, is an example of a(n) ________ model.
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