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18. __________ interference is caused by an activity occurring after we learn something,but before we are asked to recall that thing.a.Decayb.Proactivec.Retroactived.Reconstructive
19. Rachel has just been to a party and met 15 new people, all of whose names she has heard and tried to remember. She’s on the bus going home when she runs into a good friend who introduces her to another new person, Dan. As Rachel walks away, she realizes that she can’t remember Dan’s name. This description illustrates
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20. Saul Sternberg (1966) did an important study on retrieval of information from Short Term Memory. He hypothesized that processing of an information set in Short Term Memory could be either
21. A typical serial position curve shows that recall of words in a list is best for items __________ of the list and poorest for items __________.
22. Recent fMRI work suggests that brain areas used in a.verbal comprehension are the same as those used in perception.b.verbal comprehension are the same as those used in mental rotation. c.perception are not the same as those used in mental rotation.d.perception are the same as those used in mental rotation.
23. Edward Tolman argued that rats running a maze learn a __________, an internal representation of the maze.
24. Flashbulb memories tend to be
25. Brief sensory memory for visual information is known as
26. Sensory memory is believed by many cognitive psychologists to be responsible for all of the following EXCEPTa.Deciding, through attention, which incoming sensory information will be the focus of attentionb.Filling in the blanks when the stimulation is intermittentc.Holding incoming information briefly during initial processingd.Collecting information to be processed

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