QUESTION 32 According to the levels-of-processing framework, as originally proposed, if you were shown semantically related words (e.g., dog and animal), rhyming words (e.g., dog and log), as well as unrelated words, the words most easily recalled would be the - - - - -. 1. semantically related words. 2. words concretely connected. 3. unrelated words. 4. All words would be recalled about equally. Answer: Option 1is correct. The basic assumption of the levels-of-processing framework is that a deeper, semantic-based processing, of information enhances memory for the information, so that there is a greater likelihood that it will be retrieved. The levels-of-processing model of memory is described in CP on pages 173-176.
QUESTION 33 A person who has suffered some sort of brain injury affecting only his or her hippocampus is most likely to show difficulty with - - - - -.
QUESTION 34 Say for example, you need to learn the concept ‘neuron.’To commit the term to memory, you look up what it means (it is a nerve cell), find out its purpose (transmits information from, or to, the central nervous system), look at a diagram and study its parts, and think about how it relates to things that you already know (e.g., how different it is from other kinds of cells). This is a good example of - - - - -.