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Assessment - Chapter 06 Memory Kannon Burrage Started April...

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Chapter 06 Memory Kannon Burrage Started: April 9, 2010 12:16 AM Questions: 36 1. (Points: 1) Fifteen-year-old Matt and his father are in an electronics store looking at video game systems. Matt gives his father a complete breakdown of the pros and cons of each of the different video game systems on display. According to research on encoding processes, Matt is able to accurately recall all this information because he _____. a. has processed this information at an intermediate level b. has deeply processed this information c. has shallowly processed this information d. used non-linguistic encoding processes Save Answer 2. (Points: 1) Information can last up to a lifetime in ______. a. long-term memory b. working memory c. sensory memory d. short-term memory Save Answer Finish Save All Help
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3. (Points: 1) ______ of information is linked with neural activity, especially in the brain's left frontal lobe. a. Chunking b. Self-reference c. Forgetting d. Elaboration Save Answer 4. (Points: 1) How long does information last in sensory memory? a. A fraction of a second to several seconds b. 5 minutes c. 30-60 seconds d. 2-3 minutes Save Answer 5. (Points: 1) Unrehearsed information stored in short-term memory lasts about _____. a. one day b. two hours c. 30 seconds d. three minutes
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Save Answer 6. (Points: 1) Chunking involves _____. a. quickly scanning information for relevant details b. reorganizing information that exceeds the 7 plus or minus 2 rule into smaller meaningful units c. immediately forgetting relevant information d. using Miller's framework for memory retrieval Save Answer 7. (Points: 1) Sensory memory ______. a. holds information acquired through our senses for a brief amount of time b. is a form of short-term memory c. transfers information directly to long-term memory d. All of these Save Answer 8. (Points: 1) _______ refers to auditory sensory memory, whereas _____ refers to visual sensory memory. a. Declarative memory / nondeclarative memory b. Nondeclarative memory / declarative memory c. Echoic memory / iconic memory
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d. Iconic memory / echoic memory Save Answer 9. (Points: 1) ______ can be further subdivided into episodic and semantic memory. a. Explicit memory b. Sensory memory c. Implicit memory d. Working memory Save Answer 10. (Points: 1) Being able to consciously recall information from the past and recite it involves what type of memory? a. Short-term b. Sensory c. Nondeclarative d. Declarative Save Answer 11. (Points: 1) Your text discusses a famous case study of H.M., a patient who had severe epilepsy. H.M. underwent surgery that involved removing the hippocampus and a portion of the temporal lobes of both hemispheres in his brain. After the surgery, his epilepsy was cured but his memory was impaired. Which of the
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following best describes the effect that surgery had on H.M.'s memory?
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