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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?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Episodic

b.

Long term

c.

Semantic

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?

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Iconic memory

b.

Semantic memory

c.

Sensory memory

d.

Short-term memory

e.

Echoic memory

Question number: 3

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How can we explain episodic memory?

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a.

Understanding a conversation someone is having in a foreign language

b.

Teaching someone how to play tennis

c.

Knowing that Christopher Columbus sailed in 1492

d.

Reciting the alphabet

e.

Remembering that you got a bicycle for your 12th birthday

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? ”

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a.

smashed

b.

collided

c.

contacted

d.

bumped

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