PSC100_Midterm 2_ Fall2010

PSC100_Midterm 2_ Fall2010 - 12. This model of memory...

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12. This model of memory consists of four main elements: central executive, phonological loop, visuospatial sketchpad, and the episodic buffer (plus additional subsidiary slave systems). This model is known as a. primary memory memory, tf. three-store model, c. levels-of-processing framework, ^g. working memory. 13. Conrad (1964) visually presented participants with series of letters and asked them to recall them immediately. A typical list of letters presented was: BCFMPSTVX. Common recall errors were a. confusing letters which look alike (e.g., M and W) r ~"rX confusing letters which sound alike (e.g., B and V) c. confusing letters which occurred early in the list d. confusing letters which occurred late in the list 14. Baddeley (1966) presented participants with series of words to remember and <~-r- t\A then quizzed them immediately. Which of the following lists did they find the b. COW PIT DAY'^0 HAV , . j c. BIG LONG LARGE -seWWrrtlC£lty d. OLD FOWL HOT - no 15. In general, it appears that most information in Short Term Memory is stored using a. a visual code b. a semantic code an auditory code I. all three forms of coding are used equally 16. hi general, it appears that most information in Long Term Memory is stored using a. a visual code \fl. a semantic code c. an auditory code d. all three forms of coding are used equally 17. When you bend down and tie your shoelace, you are using which memory process? a. explicit/procedural I. implicit/procedural explicit/declarative d<f implicit/declarative
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18. The difference between semantic and episodic knowledge is that a. semantic knowledge includes all "general truths," whereas episodic knowledge must be gained from experience. . semantic knowledge must be gained from experience, whereas episodic knowledge includes all "general truths." d. semantic knowledge is what we know about experiences linked to particular time referents, whereas episodic knowledge is what we know in the way of facts. semantic knowledge is what we know in the way of facts, whereas episodic knowledge is what we know about experiences linked to particular time referents. 19. Which two memory functions are closely tied to each other? p(. storage and retrieval b. storage and encoding <qfi encoding and retrieval yt. none of the above . 20. You have a test scheduled for Thursday at noon. Which of the following studying strategies will produce the best result? 1 hour of studying on Thursday morning !/2 hour of studying Tuesday and !/2 hour of studying Wednesday c. 1 hour of studying on Wednesday d. All three strategies will produce the same results 21. Which two processes contribute the most to effective learning? distributive studying and sleep massed studying and sleep c. distributive studying and exercise d. massed studying and exercise 22. Which model of memory consists of nodes and links between the nodes and suggests that knowledge is represented in the connections between the nodes? a.
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