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Chapter 7 / Exercise 8
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Jacob has to write an essay for his college writing class and decides to write about a boy who makes a boat from Popsicle sticks and sails it every day. When his teacher reads the essay, she realizes that Jacob got the idea from a popular book. Jacob denies knowing about the story from a book and honestly believes he thought of it himself. He is most likely suffering from:Selected Answer:b. cryptomnesia.Answers:a. transience.b. cryptomnesia.c. source amnesia.d. a concussion.
Question 22 out of 2 pointsCorrect Eyewitness testimony is very convincing because people incorrectly assume that memory is like:
Question 32 out of 2 pointsCorrect In the context of memory, persistence is:
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Question 42 out of 2 pointsCorrect Your father has not ridden a bicycle since he was in college, about 20 years ago. Your father’s remembering how to ride the bike without falling will call upon _____ memory.
Question 52 out of 2 pointsCorrect One of the best ways to remember factual information is to relate it to something personal that happened to you. In this way, you are taking advantage of your _____ memory to aid retrieval from your _____ memory.Selected Answer:c. episodic; semanticAnswers:a. implicit; explicitb. explicit; implicitc. episodic; semanticd. semantic; episodic
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Correct Yu-sheng, Jocelyn, and Juan are in three different introductory anthropology classes. Yu-sheng’s class takes a multiple-choice midterm. Jocelyn’s class takes a short-answer midterm. Juan’s class takes anessay midterm. Which student(s) take(s) the midterm that requires the greatest depth of processing?
Question 72 out of 2 pointsCorrect According to levels of processing theory, information that is encoded more deeply is remembered better than information that is encoded less deeply, because information encoded more deeply:

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