Psych 355: Chapter 6 Questions 1.One way to ensure that a person does not remember that a word was presented to them in the past (when testing priming) is toa.test patients with amnesia.b.employ multiple rounds of repetition priming.c.use backward instead of forward priming.d.utilize proactive interference when administering the memory task.
2.Lamar has just gotten a new job and is attending a company party where he will meet his colleagues for the first time. His boss escorts him around to small groups to introduce him. At the first group, Lamar meets four people and is told only their first names. The same thing happens with a second group and a third group. At the fourth group, Lamar is told their names and that one of the women in the group is the company accountant. A little while later, Lamar realizes that he only remembers the names of the people in the first group, though he also remembers the profession of thelast woman he met (the accountant). Lamar's experience demonstrates
3.________ memories are to experiences as ________ memories are to facts.
4.The propaganda effect demonstrates that we evaluate familiar statements as being true
5.The recency effect occurs when participants are asked to recall a list of words. One way to get rid of the recency effect is toa.present the list more slowly.b.have participants say "la, la, la" while studying the list.c.have participants count backwards for 30 seconds after hearing the last word of the list.d.have participants see the words on a screen, rather than hear them.
6.Which of the following is an example of a semantic memory?
7.Which of the following would most likely be a detailed long-term memory?