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QUESTION 11.Your book explains that brief episodes of retrograde amnesia (e.g., the traumatic disruption ofnewly formed memories when a football player takes a hit to the head and can’t recall the last play before the hit) reflecta.temporary post-traumatic stress disorder.b.disrupted long-term potentiation.c.a failure of memory consolidation.d.Korsakoff’s syndrome.
1 points QUESTION 21.Transfer-appropriate processing is likely to occur if
1 points QUESTION 31.The concept of encoding specificity is grounded in which of the following?
1 points QUESTION 41.Treatment of PTSD has benefitted from recent research on
1 points QUESTION 51.The concept of reconsolidation is based on the ________ of retrieved memories.a.classification
b.emotionalityc.potentiationd.fragility
1 points QUESTION 61.Elementary school students in the United States are often taught to use the very familiar word “HOMES” as a cue for remembering the names of the Great Lakes (each letter in “HOMES” providesa first-letter cue for one of the lakes: Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior). This memory procedure usually works better than repeating the names over and over. The use of this familiar word provides an example of
1 points QUESTION 71.Memory performance is enhanced if the type of task at encoding matches the type of task at retrieval. This is called
1 points QUESTION 81.___________cues help us remember information that has been stored in memory.
1 points QUESTION 91.Elaborative rehearsal of a word will LEAST likely be accomplished bya.using it in a sentence.blinking the new word to a previously learned concept.
.c.repeating it over and over.d.thinking of its synonyms and antonyms.
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