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2.Explain where explicit and implicit memories are stored in the brain, and the possible implications ofthese locations for amnesia victims.3.Although you genuinely enjoyed studying hard for a biology test, during the test you are feelingfrustrated and irritable because you can't recall the answer to a series of fairly easy factual questions.Briefly explain at least two potential causes of your forgetting.4.During the process of psychotherapy, Elaine recovered some long-forgotten and painful memoriesfrom her childhood. This experience led her to conclude that these memories must have beenrepressed for many years. Discuss the issues involved in determining the validity of Elaine's claim.5.Describe how you can use at least three of the memory improvement techniques described in the textto improve your recall of material you study in the text.6.Describe how you might solve the following problem: You forget your email password and you can'tremember the answer to the security question you need to retrieve it. What would be the advantagesand disadvantages of using an algorithm or a heuristic to solve this problem?7.Your friend complains, “I wish I could be more creative, but I don't think there's anything I can doabout it.” Use the components of creativity described by Robert Sternberg to advise your friendabout at least two of the behaviors associated with increased creativity.8.You are the commissioner of a state lottery system that sponsors daily and weekly drawings. Lotterytickets have not been selling well over the past few months. Describe four ways you could takeadvantage of the power of the availability heuristic and framing to boost sales.9.Your little sister says: “Taked cupcake!” Explain how this utterance may illustrate the followinglanguage concepts: phoneme, morpheme, telegraphic speech, language acquisition device.Essay
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1.Professor Proust, a memory researcher, designs an experiment to test the hypothesis that readingpicture books designed for children significantly enhances college students' memories of childhood.She asks participants to write about significant childhood memories, and to circle any events theyremember from a list of common memories (such as getting lost in a store or breaking a leg, etc.).Part A: Use the following terms to describe how Professor Proust should choose the participants andexperimental/control groups for her study:• Population• Random sample• Random assignmentPart B: Use the following concepts to predict the kinds of memories participants are most likely towrite about:• Semantic encoding• Recall• Recognition• Retroactive interferencePart C: Explain how the misinformation effect might influence the accuracy of the memoriesreported on the survey.

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