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This is referred to asQuestion options:a) retroactive interference.b) response competition.c) reconstructive retrieval.d) failure to store.Question 112.5 / 2.5 pointsTo falsely remember a word after studying a list of words highly related to the target isQuestion options:a) false verbal memory.b) confabulation.c) post-distortion.d) conjunction error.Question 122.5 / 2.5 pointsInferences and supposition made to conform new material into existing schemas isQuestion options:a) integration.
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b) selection.c) leveling.d) interpretation.Question 132.5 / 2.5 pointsCompared to correctly recalled words, falsely recalled wordsQuestion options:a) activate a different pattern of blood flow as measured by fMRI.b) activate different areas of the brain as measured by PET.c) generate a lower frequency of brain activity as measured by electrodes implanted deeplyin the hippocampus and temporal lobe.d) generate a higher frequency of brain activity as measured by electrodes implanted deeply in the hippocampus and temporal lobe.Question 142.5 / 2.5 pointsAn illusion of memory in which an individual who strongly believes a bizarre event can occur experiencesa memory of the event is called a/anQuestion options:a) flashbulb memory.b) implanted memory.c) delusional false memory.
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d) recovered memory.Question 152.5 / 2.5 pointsThe risk of memory implantation is especially high forQuestion options:a) teenagers.b) children.c) the middle aged.d) the elderly.Question 162.5 / 2.5 points__________ can involve bizarre events that couldn’t possibly be true, even though the patient believes that the events happened.Question options:a) Selective retrievalb) Repressed memoriesc) Confabulationd) AssimilationQuestion 172.5 / 2.5 points
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False confessions to crimes can in theory be brought about through the interrogation of a suspect. The mechanism by which the person comes to believe incorrectly that he or she is guilty of crime is calledQuestion options:a) repression.b) trauma induced amnesia.c) memory implantation.d) dissociation.Question 182.5 / 2.5 pointsWhich of the following is not an explanation for inaccuracies in eyewitness testimony?Question options:a) selective encoding by the witness.b) slanted questioning.c) faulty courtroom schemas.d) implanted memories.Question 192.5 / 2.5 pointsTo recall where and how a memory is encoded, one must useQuestion options:a) source monitoring.
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b) personal reflection.c) schematic recall.d) reconstructive recall.Question 202.5 / 2.5 pointsSchema-guided construction of episodic memories that interpret, embellish, integrate, and alter encoded memory representation is calledQuestion options:a) selective interpretation.
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