03-05 Quiz #12

A true b false in the brown peterson task subjects are

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Unformatted text preview: sequences above are equally difficult to recall correctly The phenomenon called release from proactive interference suggests that forgetting in STM is entirely due to decay and that interference plays no role. A. true B. false In the Brown- Peterson task, subjects are asked to continuously perform a non- memory task (e.g., counting backwards) after the presentation of to- be- remembered stimuli (e.g., letter trigrams). Why? A. To make the experiment more interesting to subjects B. To prevent rehearsal C. To minimize the effect of proactive interference D. To encourage subjects to use chunking strategies Question 4 n༆  Wh...
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