HM06S_E3 - EXP 4504 SPRING 2006 HUMAN MEMORY EXAM #3 NAME:_...

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HUMAN MEMORY NAME:_______________________________ SPRING 2006 EXAM #3 Answer 3, get one free (!), each page 1. Give an example of one “dissociation” between implicit and explicit memory that has been reported in research. 2. In his 1991 paper, Jacoby contrasted the rate of recall for words that either were to be included in recall, or excluded (and wrongly recalled). What processes did he hope to distinguish from this contrast? What did he observe about the effects of divided attention using this “process dissociation?” 3. In a study described in class and in Radvansky, Dunlosky & Nelson (1994) compared immediate vs. delayed judgments of learning for two kinds of encoding (imagery vs. rote rehearsal). Judgments were more accurate for the delayed tests. Why was that? 4. What are the three kinds or “levels” of knowledge and memory that Conway and Rubin describe in their hierarchical model of autobiographical memory? 5. What, and where, is the “reminiscence bump” seen in autobiographical memory? Note one possible
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HM06S_E3 - EXP 4504 SPRING 2006 HUMAN MEMORY EXAM #3 NAME:_...

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