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Answer rehearsed reordered in a variety of ways proactively cued primed Add Question Here Question 97 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The type of rehearsal which keeps memories active in STM, but does not do very well in transferring those memories into LTM is Answer elaborative encoding.
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maintenance rehearsal. nonsense rehearsal. chunking. Add Question Here Question 98 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Learning by simple repetition is known as Answer rote learning. insight learning. classical conditioning. operant conditioning. Add Question Here Question 99 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Five-year-old Jaycee learned her “ABCs” by repeating them over and over again. Jaycee learned the alphabet through Answer rote learning. insight learning. classical conditioning. operant conditioning. Add Question Here Question 100 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question When a person stores information through rote learning, they have utilized which of the following to the greatest extent? Answer elaborative encoding maintenance rehearsal chunking the keyword method Add Question Here Question 101 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question People use _____ to keep a phone number active in their minds while looking at their cell phones and dialing. Answer constructive processing maintenance rehearsal elaborative encoding redintegration Add Question Here Question 102 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Cheryl meets her fiancé's family and wants to remember their names. To do this, she repeats their names over and over again in her mind. This process is called Answer indexing. maintenance rehearsal. elaborative encoding. chunking or reordering. Add Question Here Question 103 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question To learn her psychology terms, Felesia just repeats the terms and rote definition over and over again. This illustrates Answer eidetic imagery. elaborative encoding. maintenance rehearsal. redintegration. Add Question Here Question 104 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding rehearsal and memory, which of the following statements is FALSE? Answer The more times a short-term memory is rehearsed, the greater the chance of it being stored in LTM. Rehearsing information allows you to “hear” the information many times, not just once. Rote learning is a very effective way to study. In memory experiments, information in STM is gone in 12 to 18 seconds without rehearsal, although in daily life, short- term memories usually last longer. Add Question Here Question 105 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ links new information to memories and knowledge already in LTM. Answer Redintegration Constructive processing Maintenance rehearsal Elaborative encoding Add Question Here Question 106 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Remembering your locker combination by relating it to your parents' and sister's birthdates illustrates the use of Answer elaborative encoding.
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