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10. By which age is childhood amnesia usually no longer seen?a) 1 years of age.b) 2 years of age.*c) 4 years of age.d) 6 months of age.
11. When adults do remember events from before the age of four, those memories tend to be
12. Asking people to recall the earliest memory they can shows that
13. The psychodynamic view of childhood amnesia attempts to explain the phenomenon by
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14. Simcock and Hayne (2002) presented two, three, and four-year-old children with ademonstration of their “incredible shrinking machine.”When the children were brought backone year later, they found that*a) children only recalled items if the words for those items were in the vocabulary at the time ofpresentation.b) only the oldest children could remember any of the objects seen.c) because of the onset of childhood amnesia, only the four-year olds showed deficits in memory.d) recall was predicted by the level of trauma in each child’s life.
15. Simcock and Hayne (2002) found that children only remembered those objects for whichthey possessed the vocabulary for when they witnessed the event.Which view of childhoodamnesia does this support?
16. Cross-cultural studies show that

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