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Name: Section: UMID: Psychology 240: Practice Quiz 3 1. Word Superiority: which of the following statements is true? a. The word superiority effect can be explained assuming that subjects have a greater probability of guessing the correct item in the word condition than in the isolated letter condition. b. The pseudoword condition results in slower less accurate performance than the isolated letter condition. c. The existence of the word superiority effect depends on the position of the letter to be recalled. d. The interactive activation model can explain the word superiority effect in terms of top- down influence on the letter level from the word level.* 2. Which aspect of the dichotic listening results can the early filtering theory of selective attention most naturally explain? a. Subjects have a galvanic skin response to conditioned words, despite being consciously unaware of them. b. Subjects fail to notice when words are in another language in the unattended message.* c. Bilinguals notice when the attended and unattended message are translated versions of each
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