33. One problem with relying on eidetic imagery to study for tests is that _________.a) you remember too much material and the professor will think you are cheatingb) eidetic images fade in .25 seconds as Sperling has shownc) you may be able to recall the material but you don’t necessarily understand itCorrect. Material in eidetic imagery hasn’t been understood; it is only like a picture of a page of text.d) it only helps you remember things from other culturesANS: c, , C, LO=6.2, (2) Incorrect. Eidetic images last a long time. The problem is that the material is not interpreted or understood.% correct 67 a= 0 b= 33 c= 67 d= 0 r = .18APA=1.134. What is one of the real-world uses of iconic storage?Incorrect. Although it involves images, iconic storage is not the locus of photographic memory.APA=1.135. Iconic memory is to echoic memory as _________.Incorrect. This is the opposite of the correct answer.APA=1.136. Which of the following distinguished sensory memory (SM) from short-term memory (STM)?Incorrect. In fact, the relative capacity of short-term memory is smaller than that of sensory memory.APA=1.1
37. Suzy looks up from her lunch, realizing that Jacques has just said something to her. What was it? Oh, yes, he hasjust asked her if she wants to go to the movies. Suzy’s ability to retrieve what Jacques said is due to her _________.a) iconic sensory memoryb) echoic sensory memoryCorrect. Auditory information is first put into echoic memory.c) short-term memoryIncorrect. Short-term memory is the stage that occurs after echoic sensory memory, which is being used here.d) tactile sensory memoryANS: b, p–225, A, LO=6.2, (1) % correct 93 a= 3 b= 93 c= 3 d= 0 r = .20% correct 91 a= 0 b= 91 c= 7 d= 1 r = .25APA=1.1; 1.3
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