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What statement is correct about the physical basis of memories?a)Most memories are stored in a single region of the brainb)The medulla is an important brain region in the consolidation of long-term memoriesc)Memories are formed when neurons develop more synapses and produce more neurotransmittersd)All short-term memories are converted into long-term memories
____________ is the process by which stable long-term memories are formed.
The inability to form new long-term memories, such as occurs in Alzheimer's Disease, is called:
Which three brain structures did we identify as particularly important in the formation of new long-term memories?
The _______________________ is particularly involved in the emotional aspect of memory:a) Amygdalab) Thalamusc)Corpus callosumd)Parietal lobe
CHAPTER 7:The ability to think rationally and deal effectively with our environment is the definition of:
The earliest method of measuring intelligence was by use of the concept of:
c)IQd)Mental setThe use of the concept of IQ was introduced with the Stanford-Binet intelligence test, developed by which psychologist?
If someone performs at the average level on an IQ test, which of the following is her score?a)50b)78c)105d)127
When we develop the statistics for a test (such as average score, range of scores) by giving the test to a large number ofpeople under the same conditions, this is called:
When we prove that a test measures what it claims to measure, by comparing to other established tests, we areshowing:
When we show that a test provides consistent results across time, we are demonstrating:
The graph of the whole population's scores on an IQ test tend to fall in a pattern described as the Bell Curve or NormalDistribution. What distribution of scores does this describe?a)The scores are spread out evenly across the rangeb)Fewer people score low and more people score higherc)Scores are scattered randomly over the whole ranged)Most people tend to score in the middle of the range, with relatively few people scoring very high orvery low

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