inability to be classically conditioned. weakened conditioned eye blinks. exaggerated eye blinking. Add Question HereQuestion 61Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDonald Hebb (1949) distinguished between two types of memory and he called them: Answerimplicit and explicit. declarative and procedural. short-term and long-term. repressed and unrepressed. Add Question HereQuestion 62Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionDonald Hebb distinguished between two kinds of memory because he could not imagine how a single kind of brain change could be both Answeraxonal and synaptic. cognitive and muscular. positive and negative. quick and permanent. Add Question HereQuestion 63Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionShort-term memory may be characterized as: Answerhaving a limited capacity. having an unlimited capacity. elaborative in nature. rehearsal free. Add Question HereQuestion 64Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionHebb believed that short-term memory: Answershould not be distinguished from long-term memory. was a temporary holding station on the way to long-term memory. was more important than long-term memory. was low-level memory. Add Question HereQuestion 65Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestion____ memories are more likely to be consolidated. Answermemories of one's own idea or insights. not frequently rehearsed. memories that fade rapidly. meaningful. Add Question HereQuestion 66Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionMemories are more likely to be consolidated if they are: Answermemories of one's own idea or insights. not frequently rehearsed. memories that fade rapidly. meaningful. Add Question HereQuestion 67Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionResearchers proposed that all information initially entered a short-term storage, where it stayed until the brain had time to ____ it into long-term memory. Answertranspose rehearse consolidate transfer Add Question HereQuestion 68Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionThe general function of working memory is to:
Answerhold information until it has time to get to long-term storage. store memories of life events permanently. attend to and operate on current information. store information related to repetitious motor movements. Add Question HereQuestion 69Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Baddeley and Hitch, what stores auditory information, including words? Answera phonological loop a visuospatial sketchpad the central executive long term memory Add Question HereQuestion 70Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Baddeley and Hitch, what stores visual information? Answera phonological loop a visuospatial sketchpad the central executive long term memory Add Question HereQuestion 71Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionWhich brain area is active in monkeys during a delay when they have to remember the location of a light and look there only after a several-second delay?
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