Memory Qns - _ memory is to bottom-up processing as _...

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_____ memory is to bottom-up processing as ______ memory is to top-down processing. a) Sensory; long-term b) Long-term; sensory c) Short-term; sensory d) Long-term; short-term Our sensory memory registers allow us to: a) move into short-term memory everything our sensory registers receive. b) recognize and become consciously aware of all the sensory information we receive. c) see discontinuous stimuli as continuous through iconic memory processing. d) All of these answers are correct. Sperling's full report procedure obtained a recall rate of ______ out of 9 letters and the partial report procedure that included an immediate auditory cue obtained a recall rate of ______ out of 9 letters. a) 3; 6 b) 4.5; 6 c) 3; 9 d) 4.5; 9 What type of "work" is done in working memory? a) preparing information for transfer to sensory memory b) storing information permanently for many years c) processing information for storage or decision-making d) gathering information directly from the environment. The "magical number 7 ± 2" was derived from studies on: a) the spacing effect. b) the serial position effect. c) STM capacity. d) STM duration.
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What does the statement "the duration of short-term memory is less than 30 seconds" mean? a) You can attend to information in short-term memory for approximately 30 seconds. b) Information retained in short-term memory for longer than 30 seconds would be considered long-term memory. c) The estimate refers to how long information can stay in short-term memory if you do not attend to it. d) Both (a) and (b) are correct.
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This note was uploaded on 06/19/2011 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Laporte during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Plattsburgh.

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Memory Qns - _ memory is to bottom-up processing as _...

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