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File = E:\p355\qz04.wk06.a-key.doc 1 John Miyamoto Email: jmiyamot@u.washington.edu http://faculty.washington.edu/jmiyamot/p355/p355-set.htm Psych 355: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology Winter 2009 Quiz 4: Chapter 5 & 6 - ANSWER KEY 1. Which of the following is an example of a mnemonic scotoma? a) A monkey with a brain lesion in the hippocampus has extreme difficulty learning new information or skills. b) A monkey with a brain lesion in frontal cortex is no longer able to do tasks that the monkey was previously able to do. c) A monkey with a brain lesion in temporal or frontal cortex can no longer recognize objects that were previously familiar to the monkey. d) Î A monkey with a brain lesion in spatial memory areas cannot retain the location where a stimulus was presented for even a 10 second delay period. 2. Brandimonte et al. (1992) asked subjects to "subtract" one figure from another and give a name to what was left. For example, subjects
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