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Test #5 – General Psychology PSYC 101Question 1Not yet graded/ 1ptsName two of Schacter’s “Seven Sins of Memory”:Your Answer:Blocking and Suggestibility2 of the following: transience, absent-mindedness, blocking, misattribution, suggestibility, bias, persistenceQuestion 2Not yet graded/ 5ptsShort essay questions. Short essay answers should be in clearly written in full sentences.There are three tasks of memory. Give a specific example of someone learning new information and successfully using these three tasks of memory. Be sure to name the three tasks of memory in your answer.Your Answer:The first stage or task of memory is encoding, where information is understood and meaning is tied to it to ensure it will better stick. The second task is storage, when the informaiton that has been properly comprehended is saved or remembered for a period of time. The final task is retrieval, whichis when information previously stored can be drawn on or remembered as needed. Answers need to correctly identify encoding, storage, and retrieval (2. 5 points). Then, answers need to show specific examples of each task—2.5 points.Question 3Not yet graded/ 2ptsShort essay questions. Short essay answers should be in clearly written in full sentences.Give a specific example of procedural memory. Be sure to be sufficiently detailed in your answer, which should differ from the module examples.Your Answer:
Procedural memory is sort of like muscle memory or remembering how something is done, like throwing a ball or swimming. This is something that can be recalled almost permanently once learned.