QUESTION 151.Katie and Inez are roommates taking the same psychology class. They have a test in four days during a 10:00 - 11:00 AM class period. Both women intend to study for three hours, but because of different work schedules, Katie will study one hour for each of the next three days, while Inez will study three hours the day before the exam. What could you predict about their performances?a. Katie should perform better because of the spacing effect.b.Katie and Inez should perform equally well, because each studied the same time overall (supporting the equal-time hypothesis).c. State-dependent learning predicts that Katie should perform better, because the exam takes place during a one-hour class period.d.Inez will perform better because of a long-term memory recency effect.
QUESTION 161.Lourdes and Kim have been studying for two hours for their chemistry exam. Both girls are tired of studying. Lourdes decides to watch a two-hour movie on DVD, while Kim decides togo to bed. What would you predict about their performance on the chemistry exam?
QUESTION 171.Mantyla's "banana / yellow, bunches, edible" experiment demonstrates that, for best memory performance, retrieval cues should be created
QUESTION 181.Memory performance is enhanced if the type of task at encoding matches the type of task at retrieval. This is called
QUESTION 191.One beneficial property of connectionist networks is graceful degradation, which refers tothe property that