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Unformatted text preview: would have suggested that her poor memory illustrates: a. source amnesia. b. proactive interference. c. automatic processing. d. repression. 4. After Teresa was verbally threatened by someone in a passing car, she was questioned as to whether she recognized the man who was driving the car. Several hours later, Teresa mistakenly recalled that the driver was a male rather than a female. Teresa's experience best illustrates: a. implicit memory. b. proactive interference. c. the misinformation effect. d. encoding failure. 5. Recalling something that you had once merely imagined happening as something you had directly experienced best illustrates: a. repression. b. mood-congruent memory. c. proactive interference. d. source amnesia....
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- Winter '08