d the main effect of cell phone use on driving safety can be attributed to the

D the main effect of cell phone use on driving safety

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d. the main effect of cell phone use on driving safety can be attributed to the fact that attention is used up by the cognitive task of talking on the phone. Question 133 0 out of 1 points Which of the following statements concerning the “100-car naturalistic driving study” is true? Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. Male drivers were far less attentive than female drivers b. Records showed that the majority of drivers were attentive to driving during the three seconds before a near crash but inattentive during the three seconds before an actual crash.
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c. Pushing buttons on a cell phone was the least distracting activity drivers performed while driving. d. Video recorders created records of both what the drivers were doing and the views out the front and rear windows. Question 134 0 out of 1 points Free recall of the stimulus list “apple, desk, shoe, sofa, plum, chair, cherry, coat, lamp, pants” will most likely yield which of these response patterns? Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. “apple, desk, shoe, sofa, plum, chair, cherry, coat, lamp, pants” b. “apple, desk, shoe, coat, lamp, pants” c. “apple, cherry, plum, shoe, coat, lamp, chair, pants”
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d. “apple, chair, cherry, coat, desk, lamp, plum, shoe, sofa” Question 135 0 out of 1 points Groups of interconnected neurons are referred to as Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. neural circuits. b. spreading activations. c. myelin sheaths. d. potentiated somas.
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Question 136 0 out of 1 points K.C., who was injured in a motorcycle accident, remembers facts like the difference between a strike and a spare in bowling, but he is unaware of experiencing things like hearing about the circumstances of his brother’s death, which occurred two years before the accident. His memory behavior suggests Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. intact episodic memory but defective procedural memory. b. intact procedural memory but defective semantic memory. c. intact episodic memory but defective semantic memory. d. intact semantic memory but defective episodic memory. Question 137
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0 out of 1 points 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? Selected Answer: [None Given] Answers: a. Katie should perform better because of the spacing effect. b. State-dependent learning predicts that Katie should perform better, because the exam takes place during a one-hour class period. c. Inez will perform better because of a long-term memory recency effect. d. Katie and Inez should perform equally well, because each studied the same time overall (supporting the equal-time hypothesis).
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