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Answer redintegration consolidation eidetic imaging constructive processing Add Question Here Question 130 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You take your girlfriend to the fancy restaurant in town. As you are enjoying your meal, you ask her if her meal is as good as the last time you both came to this restaurant. She then informs you that this is the first time she has ever been to this restaurant with you. You have just gotten into trouble due to Answer constructive processing. anterograde amnesia. repression. encoding failure. Add Question Here Question 131 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question The study involving participants being shown fake ads depicting Bugs Bunny at Disney World illustrates how people Answer do not pay attention or remember print ads as well as they do filmed ads. will lie to get attention even as adults. actually believe they remember meeting Bugs Bunny in Disney World when the event could not have occurred. can remember meeting Bugs Bunny as a child but cannot recall meeting the characters as adults, since cartoon characters are more meaningful for children. Add Question Here Question 132 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question In Hannigan and Reinitz's (2001) study, subjects were shown a photograph of a woman at a grocery store passing a pile of oranges on the floor. Two days later, they were shown a photograph of a woman pulling an orange from the bottom of a stack of oranges. _____ of the students were sure that they had seen that photograph two days earlier when, in reality, they had not been shown that photograph. Answer Only 10 percent 33 percent 68 percent
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92 percent Add Question Here Question 133 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Loftus and Palmer's study involving subjects being shown a filmed automobile accident and Hannigan and Reinitz's study involving college students being shown photographs depicted common activities, such as shopping for groceries or eating at a restaurant found that the subjects Answer exhibited excellent procedural memory of the photographs, but not the filmed events. exhibited excellent episodic memory of the filmed events and photographs. revised their long-term memory of the filmed events and photographs. repressed all emotional events from the film events, but not the photographs. Add Question Here Question 134 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to economist Jesse Shapiro, the intent of much advertising is to Answer lie to the consumer regarding their product. provoke creative thinking in consumers about how this product can benefit them. “jam”the consumer’s memory with positive impressions of a product. “frighten” the consumer into buying a product that will prolong life and youth. Add Question Here Question 135 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to economist Jesse Shapiro, every extra commercial you view adds one more positive memory of that product to your long-term memory, thus increasing your positive impression of this product. Shapiro refers to this as Answer “priming” implicit memories.
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  • Spring '12
  • BORIDERI
  • Psychology, Memory processes, eidetic memory

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