Which of the following observations is MOST likely an illustration of context

Which of the following observations is most likely an

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6. Which of the following observations is MOST likely an illustration of context-dependent learning?a.“I haven’t been to Athens in years, but I still remember all the great times I had there!”b.“Mike has told me his phone number over and over again, but somehow I can’t get it into my head.”c.“Last month I went to my 20th high school reunion. I saw people I hadn’t thought about for years, but the moment I saw them, I was reminded of the things we’d done together 20 years earlier.”d.“I spent hours studying in the library last night preparing for my history midterm. And it really paid off; I did a great job onthe exam.”
8. A participant is asked, “In the list of words I showed you earlier, was there a word that rhymed with ‘lake’?” The participant is likely to be well prepared for this sort of memory test if he or she11. Theories of spreading activation assume that activating one node will leadto18. Steve is shown a list of words, which includes “baby.” He is then asked tolist all the words he can remember from the list, but he does not include “baby.” Steve is later asked to identify words and nonwords, and “baby” is presented along with other items. Which of the following patterns is most likely to reflect Steve’s performance on this identification task?
20. Which of the following statements is an example of a recognition test?a.“Which one of these individuals is the person you saw at the party?”b.“Describe how you spent New Year’s Eve in 1994.”c.“What is the formula needed for computing the area of a circle?”d.“What political event does this song remind you of?”

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