pshilogija exam #9

pshilogija exam #9 - 1 _memory A)iconic B)implicit C)echoic...

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1. A flashbulb memory would typically be stored in ________ memory. A) iconic B) implicit C) echoic D) long-term 2. During her psychology test, Kelsey could not remember the meaning of the  term “proactive interference.” Surprisingly, however, she accurately  remembered that the term appeared on the fourth line of a left-hand page  in her textbook. Her memory of this incidental information is best explained  in terms of: 3. Priming is to retrieval as rehearsal is to: 4. Immediately after participants at a business seminar took turns introducing  themselves, Anne remembered everybody's name except for the person  who introduced himself just before she did. This best illustrates that  memory is influenced by: 5.
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Jamille performs better on foreign language vocabulary tests if she studies  the material 15 minutes every day for 8 days than if she crams for 2 hours  the night before the test. This illustrates what is known as: A) the spacing effect. B) the serial position effect. C) chunking. D) automatic processing. 6. The day after Kirsten was introduced to 13 people at a business luncheon,  she could recall the names of only the first 4 people to whom she had been  introduced. Her effective recall of these particular names best illustrates  the benefits of: 7. One day after Usha hears her mother's list of 12 grocery items, Usha is  most likely to remember the items ________ of the list. 8. Superior memory for rap lyrics that include the most rhymes best illustrates  the value of: 9.
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When people are asked to recall a list of words they had earlier  memorized, they often substitute synonyms for some of the words on the  original list. This best illustrates the effects of: A) implicit memory. B) source amnesia. C) semantic encoding. D) state-dependent memory.
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