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34 .   Your text discusses how episodic and semantic memories are interconnected . This discussion revealed that when we experience events ,
a. episodic memory for events lasts longer than semantic memory for the events .
b. 
c. semantic and episodic memories about events tend to last about the same length of time in our memory .
d . semantic memory of events is enhanced when it is not interfered with by associated episodic memories .
Answer:  b.   the knowledge that makes up semantic memories is initially attained through a personal experience based in episodic memory .
35 .   Ming is taking a memory test . She is more likely to recall the name of a popular singer if she had
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36 .   Imagine that the students described below are all taking a multiple choice test . Which student 's behavior best describes an example of implicit memory ?
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37 .   One of the defining characteristics of implicit memory is that
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38 .   Lucille is teaching Kendra how to play racquetball . She teaches her how to hold the racquet , where to stand , and how to make effective shots . These learned skills that Lucille has acquired are an example of memory .
a. working
b. semantic
c. 
d . autobiographical
Answer:  c.   procedural
39 .   Which task below would most likely be used to test for implicit memory ?
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34.Your text discusses how episodic and semantic memories are interconnected. This discussion revealed that whenwe experience events,a.episodic memory for events lasts longer than semantic memory for the events.b.theknowledgethatmakesupsemanticmemoriesisinitiallyattainedthroughapersonalexperiencebasedinepisodicmemory.c.semantic and episodic memories about events tend to last about the same length of time in our memory.d.semantic memory of events is enhanced when it is not interfered with by associated episodic memories.ANSWER:b
POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:MODERATEREFERENCES: Episodic and Semantic Memory35.Ming is taking a memory test. She is more likely to recall the name of a popular singer if she had
POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:MODERATEREFERENCES: Episodic and Semantic Memory36.Imagine that the students described below are all taking a multiple choice test. Which student's behavior bestdescribes an example of implicit memory?
POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:DIFFICULTREFERENCES: Procedural Memory, Priming, and Conditioning
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37.One of the defining characteristics of implicit memory is that
POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:EASYREFERENCES: Procedural Memory, Priming, and Conditioning38.Lucille is teaching Kendra how to play racquetball. She teaches her how to hold the racquet, where to stand, andhow to make effective shots. These learned skills that Lucille has acquired are an example of memory.a.workingb.semanticc.procedurald.autobiographicalANSWER:c
POINTS:1DIFFICULTY:EASYREFERENCES: Procedural Memory, Priming, and Conditioning

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