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29. Smith and Moynan (2008) were interested in testing the failure-to-rehearse hypothesis. Theyasked participants to study some neutral categories and some emotional ones. They found thata) in the “forget” condition, participants were unable to inhibit category names and their recallwas successful.b) in the “control” condition, the instructions did not lead to better recall of category names.*c) recall of category names was lower in the “forget” condition than in the control condition,especially for emotional categories.d) repression occurred only when the participants were subjected to traumatic conditions.
30. Smith and Moynan (2008) found that when they supplied the category names to participants
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31. Anderson and Green (2001) were interested in repression could be simulated in thelaboratory and modeled on retrievalactive suppression. They trained participants on simple wordpairs. When the participants had mastered a list of forty word pairs (that is, improved to the pointwhere they could recall all the target words when given the cue word), they were given whatAnderson and Green called a “think/no think” procedure. They found that
32. Anderson et al. (2004) examined retrievalactive suppression using an fMRI scanner. Theyfound that
33. What factor is considered a factor in both false memories and in failures of eyewitnessmemory?*a) suggestibilityb) retrievalactive suppressionc) fuzzy-trace memoriesd) hypnotic suggestions
34. Loftus and Palmer (1974) asked participants to watch a short film depicting a motor vehicleaccident. After the film, the participants were asked one of five questions. The five questionswere:How fast were the cars going when they smashed each other?How fast were the cars going when they collided with each other?

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