Memory-Memory Process (NTA-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 1 - 5 of 92

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Question number: 1

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During his English class, Ben is recalls the author of the book, what kind of memory is this?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Long term

b.

Semantic

c.

Episodic

d.

Procedural

e.

Constructive

Question number: 2

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When you are totally involved in something and a friend asks you a question. You stop and say, “What did you speak? ” As soon as you say this, you realize you can recall your friend’s exact words. Why do you play back these words?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Short-term memory

b.

Sensory memory

c.

Semantic memory

d.

Echoic memory

e.

Iconic memory

Question number: 3

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How can we explain episodic memory?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

Knowing that Christopher Columbus sailed in 1492

b.

Understanding a conversation someone is having in a foreign language

c.

Reciting the alphabet

d.

Remembering that you got a bicycle for your 12th birthday

e.

Teaching someone how to play tennis

Question number: 4

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Loftus studied the impact of the wording of questions upon the recall of eyewitnesses. She found that estimates of the speed of cars involved in a crash seen on video were greatest when eyewitnesses were asked, “About how fast were the cars going when they ________ into each other? ”

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

bumped

b.

contacted

c.

smashed

d.

collided

e.

All of the above

Question number: 5

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Which of the following proclamations is not true?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

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

b.

Interference results when new information enters short-term memory and pushes out old information.

c.

Automatic processing is unconscious encoding of information.

d.

Deep processing involves elaborate rehearsal.

e.

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

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