2Q1Which method was used by Loftus and Palmer?field experimentnatural experimentquasi experimentlaboratory experiment
3Q2What was the design used by Loftus and Palmer?independent measures designmatched pairs designrepeated measures designsingle-subject design
4Q3Who were the participants in Experiment 1?studentsdriversaccident witnessesaccident victims
5Q4Which verb was not used in Experiment 1?hitsmashedstruckcontacted
6number of accidents recalled broken glass seen estimate of speed Q5What was the dependent variable in Experiment 1?number of accidents recalledbroken glass seenestimate of speedwritten account of accident
7Q6What was shown to participants in Experiment 1?videos of accidentsfilm clips of accidentsphotographs of accidentsCCTV of accidents
8Q7Which of the following was a dependent variable in Experiment 2?estimate of size of carwhether broken glass seenparticipants written account of accidentwhether participant passed driving test
9Q8Which verb gave the highest speed estimate in Experiment 1?bumpedhitcollidedsmashed
10Q9How many participants were there in Experiment 2?451515050
11Q10Which of these was not a group of participants in Experiment 2?control‘hit'‘contacted'‘smashed'
12Q11How long was left between showing the films and asking about the broken glass?24 hours1 hour1 week1 month
13Q12Which group(s) 'saw' most broken glass?‘smashed' and ‘hit'‘smashed'controlcontrol and ‘hit'
14Q13What did Loftus and Palmer conclude about leading questions?They can influence memory.They have no effect on memory.They only effect students.They only work with car accidents.
15Q14What two types of information affect our memory?before and after an eventbefore and during an eventduring and after an eventimmediately after and a long time after
16Q15What is a leading question?A question that leads a person to give a certain answer.A question that leads a person to give a wrong answer.A question that leads a person to give a right answer.A question that leads a person to lie.