Chapter 5 Post Test

Chapter 5 Post Test - Chapter5PostTest 21:16 1.

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Chapter 5 Post Test 21:16 1. The set of mental operations that people perform on sensory information to convert that  information into a form that is usable in the brain’s storage systems is called a. Storage  b. Rehearsal c. Retrieval d. Encoding 2. The information processing model of memory suggests that a. The process of memory storage is similar to the way a computer processes memory in a  series of three stages b. Memory processes take place simultaneously thoughout a widespread network of neural  connections c. Information that is deeply processed will be remembered more efficiently and for a longer  period of time d. Information is stored in the brain in a connected fashion, with concepts that are related stored  physically close to each other. 3. According to the levels of processing model, creation and storage of memories take place at the  same time. a. True  b. False 4. In real life, information that has just entered iconic memory will be pushed out very quickly by new  information.  Research suggests that after _____, old information is replaced by new information. a. Half a second b. A quarter of a second c. A millisecond d. One second 5. The information in short-term memory is a. Kept permanently
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b. Encoded mostly in visual form c. Unconscious d. Conscious 6. In working memory, the _____ acts as interpreter for both the visual and auditory information. a.
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