Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language-Memory (AP Psychology): Questions 24 - 27 of 42

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Question number: 24

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Retrieving & Recalling

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Ashi memorized her shopping list. When she got to the store she found out that she had forgotten many of the items in the middle of the list. This is an example of:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Appropriate coding

b.

Retrograde Amnesia

c.

Proactive Interference

d.

The serial position effect

Question number: 25

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Storing & Retaining

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The subsystem of declarative memory that contains memories of personal experiences tied to particular times and places is known as:

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Choice (4) Response

a.

flashbulb memory

b.

elaborative memory

c.

procedural memory

d.

episodic memory

Question number: 26

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Storing & Retaining

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What is the correct input order, as per the information-processing model?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Encode with sensory receptors, store information, retrieve upon demand

b.

Store information, retrieve upon demand, encode necessary information

c.

Encode in sensory memory, encode in short-term memory, encode in long-term memory

d.

Retrieve from long-term memory, encode in short-term memory, encode in sensory memory

Question number: 27

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Memory » Memory Construction

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Which of the following proclamations is not true?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Deep processing involves elaborate rehearsal.

b.

Levels of processing theory says that remembering depends on how information is encoded.

c.

Automatic processing is unconscious encoding of information.

d.

Declarative memory involves memories for skills, habits, and things learned through classical conditioning.

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