The basic knowledge and feelings an individual has

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22. The basic knowledge and feelings an individual has
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about a concept is known as _____. A. episodic memory B. primary memory C. accessible memory D. semantic memory E. conditioned memory 23. When asked what the concept "New Year's" meant to Holly, she mentioned the following: party, holiday, new beginning, football, fun, resolution, and winter. Holly's basic knowledge and feelings she has about this concept comprises her _____. 24. The memory of a sequence of events in which a person participated is called _____. 25. Shirley and Bud have been married for almost 50 years, but Shirley can remember their wedding day so clearly. She remembers how happy she felt that day and how wonderful it was to celebrate their marriage with all of their family and friends. She even remembers walking
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down the aisle, seeing her future husband waiting for her, and her father kissing her as he placed her hand in Bud's. Which type of memory does this represent? 26. What are two important long-term memory structures? A. primary and secondary B. schema and scripts C. semantic and conceptual D. conceptual and imagery E. iconic and vicarious 27. Which type of memory structure is a complex web of associations? 28. Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding schemas?
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29. Brands in the schematic memory that come to mind (are recalled) for a specific problem or situation are known as the _____. 30. Leslie was participating in a market research study, and she was asked to list all of the brands of computer printers that come to her mind. She listed HP, Epson, and Lexmark. These brands represent Leslie's _____. A. preferr ed set B. evoked set C. priority set D. accessible set E. primary set
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