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PSY303 exam 3 quiz - 17.S1 Short-term Recognition Return to...

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17.S1 Short-term Recognition Return to Assessment List Part 1 of 1 - 3.0/ 3.0 Points Question 1 of 3 1.0/ 1.0 Points Q98. When an infant is reminded by being shown the target of an action A. the retention interval for the reminder is as long as for the original training Feedback: Correct. (225.5): once the memory of the training mobile was reactivated, it was forgotten at least as slowly as when the infant had first been trained to recognize it B. the mobile and train, but not the puppet, are effective reminders C. at less than six months of age the reminder is not yet effective D. at greater than six months of age the reminder is not yet effective E. the older the infant, the longer the interval between the presentation of the target and the retrieval of the action. Answer Key: A Question 2 of 3 1.0/ 1.0 Points Q99. When immediate recognition of from one to six digits is tested the reaction time (RT) is a linear function of set size for responses to A. neither targets nor distracters B. targets but not distracters C. both targets and distracters Feedback: Correct. (227.6): Response times as a function of study-set size are shown for targets and distracters are shown. .. response time is a linear function of set size.
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D. recognition sets of more than six members but not for recognition sets of fewer than six members. E. distracters but not targets Answer Key: C Question 3 of 3 1.0/ 1.0 Points Q100. When an observer is asked to respond whether a probe was a member of a just presented set of items, if she makes her response based on the perceived recency of the probe then A. the response is slower when the study set is smaller B. when the probe is a distracter the time for the response is a function of the size of the study set C. the time for the response is not a linear function of the size of the study set Feedback: Correct. (227.5): the increase in response time asymptotes at a study-set size of four. ... This result indicates that . .. it was possible to make a judgment of the item's perceived recency D. the response is slower when the study-set items are unfamiliar E. when the probe is a target the time for the response is a function of the size of the study set Answer Key: C 18.S1 Recognition Judgment Return to Assessment List
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Part 1 of 1 - 3.0/ 3.0 Points Question 1 of 3 1.0/ 1.0 Points Q104. A decrease in sensitivity is: A. A decrease in hits and a decrease in false alarms. B. A decrease in hits and an increase in false alarms. Feedback: Correct. This the opposite of an increase in sensitivity: (230.6): Figure 9.9(c) illustrates a pure change in sensitivity. ... the proportion of hits increases without any accompanying increase in false alarms. C. An increase in hits and a decrease in false alarms. D. An increase in
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PSY303 exam 3 quiz - 17.S1 Short-term Recognition Return to...

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