Memory (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 135 - 140 of 221

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Question number: 135

» Memory » Models of Memory

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Decay theories of memory loss seem to be most appropriate for

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Choice (4) Response

a.

long-term memory.

b.

memory based on visual images.

c.

muscular memory.

d.

short-term memory and sensory memory.

Question number: 136

» Memory » Memory Process

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________ concentrates on the meaning of information you want to remember.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Dual memory

b.

Elaborative rehearsal

c.

Long-term memory

d.

Maintenance rehearsal

Question number: 137

» Memory » Memory Process

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Essay questions tend to be more difficult than multiple choice because with an essay question,

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Choice (4) Response

a.

there are more cues to stimulate memory.

b.

recall is required rather than recognition.

c.

there is more proactive inhibition.

d.

there is more interference possible.

Question number: 138

» Memory » Models of Memory

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One of the most prominent theory about the information processing was developed by ________.

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a.

Estes & Taylor (1966)

b.

Buckout, R. (1974)

c.

Neisser, U. (1982)

d.

Atkinson and Shiffrin (1968)

Question number: 139

» Memory » Factors Affecting Memorization

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A multiple choice question (like this one) makes greatest use of which type of memory?

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a.

recall

b.

recognition

c.

relearning

d.

reintegration

Question number: 140

» Memory » Memory Process

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Eidetic memorizers’ long-term memory has proven to be

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slightly better than average.

b.

no better than average.

c.

far better than average.

d.

average.

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