Chap05-06_Quiz_03C - ^ 1 . Memory for the context in which...

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^ 1. Memory for the context in which a word occurs is unimportant when people are tested by: © A) Recognition tests. © B) Recall tests. @ C) Indirect memory tests. © D) Direct memory tests. Points Earned: 1,0 ^ 2. Accurate eyewitness identification depends on: 9 A) Recognizing familiar faces. 9 B) Viewing mug shots prior to a line-up* 9 C) Having prior media exposure to the suspect. ® D) Recalling the suspect in a context. Points Earned: 1,0 ^ 3. The levels-of-processing model assumes that the rate of forgetting is determined by: ® A) The coding of an item. O B) Whether the item is in STM or LTM. O C) The number of times an item is rehearsed. 9 D) Whether the item is in STM or LTM and the number of items rehearsed. Points Earned: 1,0 ^ 4. The structural level of processing is encouraged when people are asked whether a word: © A) Is pleasant or unpleasant. O B) Rhymes with another word. % C) Is printed in upper- or lower-case letters. O D) Fits into a particular sentence.
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