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1 of 2 MEMORY: ENCODING Information about specific events in our lives is held in ________________ memory, while facts are stored in ________________ memory. Circle one: Semantic memory is a form of (Procedural/Declarative) memory. Episodic memory is a form of (Procedural/Declarative) memory. The von Restorff phenomenon (in which an item in the middle of a list is remembered much better than the rest) is one example of the beneficial impact of ______________________________________________ on memory. One way to improve your performance on an exam is to study in the same room in which you will take the test. This is an example of: The idea that having the same cues available at encoding and retrieval improves memory performance underlies what kind of effects? John studies the following list of VISUAL words: banana, subway, newspaper, cotton,
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