Walking through the halls of his high school 10 years after graduation Tom

Walking through the halls of his high school 10 years

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15. Walking through the halls of his high school 10 years after graduation, Tom experienced a flood of old memories. Tom’s experience showed the role of a.State dependent memoryb.Context effectsc.Implicit memoryd.Echoic memory
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16. At your high school reunion, you cannot remember the last name of your homeroom teacher. Your failure to remember is most likely the result of ________________ failure. 17. Which of the following sequences would be best to follow if you wanted to minimize interference-induced forgetting in order to improve your recall on the psychology midterm? 18. When Carlos was promoted, he moved into a new office with a new phone extension. Every time he is asked for his phone number, Carlos first thinks of his old extension, illustrating the effects of 19. Lewis cannot remember the details of the torture he experiences as a prisoner of war. According to Freud, Lewis’s failure to remember these painful memories is an example of 20. After finding her old combination lock, Janice cannot remember its combination because she keeps confusing it with the combination of her new lock. She is experiencing a.Proactive interferenceb.Retroactive interferencec.Encoding failured.Storage failure
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  • State Dependent Memory, D. Lucy, a. Proactive interference, d. Storage failure

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