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26. The process of coming up with a name for an old preschool teacher is called: a) encoding c) storing b) retrieving d) rehearsing
27. The information processing model suggests that information flows in three stages, which are:
28. In the shallow stage of the levels of processing framework of memory, _________ are noticed, while in the deeper stage _____________ occurs.
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c) retrieval cues; retrieval d) physical characteristics; thinking about meaning 28. Misinformation effect deals with _________ information obtained after the incident that can _______ one’s own ___________of the event.
29. Loftus states that “all it takes is a ____________ to create a memory of an event never___________”. a) one time incident that is casually witnessed; registered into awareness b) distortion; witnessed c) cognition; taken out of context d) suggestion that is casually planted; witnessed
30. Which model states that memories are understood to be a blend of facts and fiction?
31. If “retro” means “from before” or “from earlier times” and amnesia means ‘loss of memories”, retrograde amnesia is:
32. Memories are malleable, this means that
33. Implicit memory is the memory of: a) something that happened and you gave it meaning
b) something that happened and you are aware of c) something you unconsciously, or automatically know how to do know Short Answer questions: 1. “People are often willing to accept unpleasant consequences to get something they really want” What can you say about punishment? What can you recommend to decrease an unwanted behavior? Give an example. 2. Some studies show that watching violent films is associated with violent behaviors. Why are such studies unable to show cause-and-effect relationship between a film’s content and viewer’s behavior? What is the correlation?

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