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Question number: 2388

» Memory » Memory Process

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Helen has a six-month “gap” in her memories of grade school. Her “gap” corresponds to the period immediately after her father’s death. Helen’s memory loss is most likely accounted for by

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repression.

b.

retroactive inhibition.

c.

cue-dependent forgetting.

d.

decay of memory traces.

Question number: 2389

» Memory » Memory Process

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Joan repeats a list of vocabulary words for the Spanish test to move them from her short-term to long-term memory. This repetition is called

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rehearsal.

b.

encoding.

c.

redundancy.

d.

chunking.

Question number: 2390

» Introduction to Psychology » Scope and Branches of Psychology

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A number of experimental psychologists are concerned with the relationship of the brain and other biological activity to behavior, they are ________.

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Physical Scientists

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Psychiatrist

c.

Physiological Psychologists

d.

Psychoanalyst

Question number: 2391

» Introduction to Psychology » History of Psychology

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Psychology is originated from

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Sociology

b.

Biology

c.

Philosophy

d.

Physiology

Question number: 2392

» Emotion » Theories of Emotion

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The theory that humor is amusing when it brings together incompatible ideas in a surprising outcome that violates one’s expectations is known as:

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disparagement theory

b.

release theory

c.

adaptation-level theory

d.

incongruity theory

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