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state-dependent forgetting. flashbulb memories. repression. Add Question Here Question 136 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Consciously forcing painful or anxiety-producing thoughts from one’s memory is called Answer proactive inhibition. repression. suppression. continued avoidance. Add Question Here Question 137 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question You made an F on your first psychology test. Whenever that grade creeps into your mind, you consciously push it back out of your mind. This illustrates Answer repression. suppression. disuse. interference. Add Question Here Question 138 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Janice broke up with her long-time boyfriend Chuck two months ago. Every time any memory of Chuck creeps into her mind, she consciously pushes these memories out of her mind. Janice is using _____ to try to forget "this guy."
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Answer suppression repression disuse interference Add Question Here Question 139 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question _____ is unconsciously pushing unwanted memories out of awareness, while _____ is the conscious effort to keep memories from awareness. Answer Suppression; repression Repression; suppression Redintegration; constructive processing Constructive processing; redintegration Add Question Here Question 140 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question To qualify as repression, forgetting must be Answer retroactive. proactive. unconscious. explicit. Add Question Here Question 141 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Unconscious is to _____ as conscious is to suppression. Answer redintegration. repression. regression. relearning. Add Question Here Question 142 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question If you have experienced a painful emotional event, Answer you will probably avoid all thoughts associated with the memory. you will probably tend to keep cues out of mind that could trigger the painful memory. your active suppression of the memory may, in time, become true repression. all of these are possible. Add Question Here Question 143 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question An adult in therapy develops a fantasy about being abused as a child. The patient views the fantasy as a true memory. The patient's belief best illustrates the _____ memory syndrome. Answer explicit implicit long-term false Add Question Here Question 144 Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Regarding the research on repression and the false memory syndrome, which of the following statements is FALSE? Answer False memories can and do happen. Repression has been found to be a myth and does not happen. Amytal, or the “truth drug,” does not automatically cause a person to tell the truth while under its influence. Most people who are falsely accused due to the false memory syndrome have no way to prove their innocence.
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  • Spring '12
  • BORIDERI
  • Psychology, Memory processes, eidetic memory

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