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Question 101 out of 1 pointsWhy is classical conditioning considered a form of implicit memory?Selected Answer:d.Because it is involves learning an association without being aware of the reasons behind it.Answers:a.Because you have to make an effort to learn the association between the neutraland conditioned stimulus.b.Because it is based on motor skills like procedural memory is.c.Because it usually involves memory for the episode in which it occurred.d.Because it is involves learning an association without being aware of the reasons behind it.
Question 11 out of 1 pointsLamar has just gotten a new job and is attending a company party where he will meet his colleagues for the first time. His boss escorts him around to small groups to introduce him. At the first group, Lamar meets four people and is told only their first names. The same thing happens with a second group and a third group. At the fourth group, Lamar is told their names and that one of the women in the group is the company accountant. A little while later, Lamar realizes that he only remembers the names of the people in the first group, though he also remembers the profession of the last woman he met (the accountant). Lamar's experience demonstrates
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0 out of 1 pointsThe propaganda effect demonstrates that we evaluate familiar statements as being true
Question 30 out of 1 pointsThe primacy effect is attributed to
Question 40 out of 1 pointsThe following statement represents what kind of memory? "The Beatles stopped making music together as a group in the early 1970s."Selected Answer:b.ProceduralAnswers:a.Semanticb.Proceduralc.Episodicd.
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