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113. What is (a type of memory distortion) memory bias ? Page 260
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114. When Russell was growing up, he thought his grandma Betty was a hoarder because she had so much junk that you could hardly walk around her house. Now that Russell is an adult, he obsessively buys old board games and action figures that reminded him of his youth. He has some way boxes lying around; he can barely make a pathway from his bedroom to his kitchen. Russell claims that he learned to collect from his grandma Betty, whose house he loved visiting because “always collected real cool, meaningful stuff.” The fact that Russell’s memory about grandmother is currently positive can best described by what type of memory distortion? Page 260 a. Memory bias Flashbulb Memories, Page 260 115. What is (a type of memory distortion) a flashbulb memory ? Page 260
116. What type of emotional response is likely to produce a vivid, although not necessary accurate memory, according to Christianson (1992)? Page 261
117. Dr. Philips is 65 years old. He teaches psychology at a local state college in the panhandle of Florida. He illustrates the concept of ____________ memories by describing to his students where he was what he was doing and who he was doing it with when he heard that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Page 261
Misattribution, Page 261
118. What is misattribution? Page 261 a. when we misremember the time, place, person, or circumstances involved with a memory. 119. Most people cannot remember specific memories from before _______ years old. Page 262 a. 3 120. What is (an example of source misattribution) is cryptomnesia, according to Macrae, Bodenhausen, & Calvini (1999)? Page 262
Suggestibility, Page 262 121. What is (a type of memory distortion) suggestibility , according to Loftus and John Palmer (1974)? Page 262
122. Describe Elizabeth Loftus and John Palmer’s (1974) experiment demonstrating suggestibility ? Page 262

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