Schemata consist of 1 a recall strategies through which episodic memory is

Schemata consist of 1 a recall strategies through

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Schemata consist of: 1. a) recall strategies through which episodic memory is accessed.b) frameworks for organizing ideas in memory.c) whatever information we are conscious of at a given moment.d) strategies or game plans for solving problems. 2. 3. 4. Two students are shown a variety of tools in a woodworking class. The first one is asked to name the tools and the second is asked to indicate several possible uses of each tool. Later, they are asked to recall which tools they were shown. What would be predicted by levels-of-processing theory? 1. 2. 3. 4. Which of the following is an example of proactive inhibition?
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1. has difficulty driving in England where they drive on the left. 2. instructors. 3. last name. 4. song. After learning the second song she has trouble remembering the first. Which of the following is an example of retroactive facilitation? 1. 2. to use a word processor. 3. kindergarten through high school. 4. improves. An example of proactive facilitation would be: 1. a) learning piano first, which may help a student later learn conducting.b) learning the wrong spelling of a name first, which later creates difficulty in c) learning Spanish first, which may help an English-speaking student learn d) learning Spanish, which may help an English-speaking student better 2. learning the correct spelling. 3. Italian (a language similar to Spanish). 4. understand English. How can teachers help their students to develop automaticity?
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1. a) Be sure that certain parts of a task are practiced until they become second nature, so that more concentration can be given to other parts. 2. b) Integrate motor skills with cognitive skills in learning new material. 3. c) Draw on multiple memory components rather than on selected components only. 4. d) Make some parts of a task more noticeable so that they stand out. A student remembers a long list of outdoor sculptures by imagining each piece on top of a different campus building, along Campus Drive. What memory strategy is
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