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40.In the movie Groundhog Day, Bill Murray's character grows frustrated as he experiences the same day in his lifeover and over again. With each "passing" day, he is able to respond to people's actions more and more quicklybecause ofa.repetitionpriming.b.distributed practice.c.reconsolidation.d.mental time travel.
41.One way to ensure that a person does not remember that a word was presented to them in the past (when testingpriming) is to
42.A patient suffering from Korsakoff's syndrome, such as "Jimmy G" who is described in your text, would be able toperform which of the following activities without difficulty?
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43.People who suffer from alcohol abuse may suffer from brought on by Korsakoff's syndrome, and beunable to form new long-term memories.
44.Memory enhancement due to repetition priming is a result ofa.theteststimulusbeingthesameorresemblingtheprimingstimulus.b.the test stimulus being different from the priming stimulus.c.the test stimulus being similar in meaning to the priming stimulus.d.the test stimulus being different in meaning from the priming stimulus.
45.Work with brain-injured patients reveals that memory does not depend on conscious memory.
46.Which of the following involves procedural memory?
47.The propaganda effect demonstrates that we evaluate familiar statements as being true
48.Which of the following is most closely associated with implicit memory?a.The self-reference effect
b.Thepropagandaeffectc.Release from proactive inhibitiond.Encoding specificity
49.Why is classical conditioning considered a form of implicit memory?
50.According to your text, which of the following movies is LEAST accurate in its portrayal of a memory problem?

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