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Chapter 7 Pre-test. General Knowledge that people remember A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency.

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1 Chapter 7 Pre-test

2 General Knowledge that people remember A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency effect

3 »B»B

4 Ability to remember visual stimuli over long periods of time A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency effect

5 »F»F

6 Tendency to recall the initial items in a series of items A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency effect

7 C

8 Organization of items into familiar or manageable units A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency effect

9 A

10 Fading away of memory A.Chunking B.Generic memory C.Primacy effect D.Amnesia E.Decay F.Eidetic imagery G.Recency effect

11 E

12 Multiple choice Memory in which people recall events in great detail is called a.Generic memory b.Flashbulb memory c.Procedural memory d.Iconic memory

13 B

14 A semantic code represents information in terms of its a.Mental picture b.Sequence of sounds c.Meaning d.pattern

15 C

16 What is the memory process that locates stored information and returns it to consciousness Aretrieval B. Storage C. Encoding D. interference

17 A

18 Hearing a song that brings back memories is an example of a.Procedural memory b.Tip of the tongue phenomenon c.Context dependent memory d.Sensory memory

19 C

20 Sad feeling that trigger memories of another sad time are an example of a.State dependent memory b.Context dependent memory c.Echoic memory d.Sensory memory

21 A

22 The ability to recall the last items in a series is called a.Sensory memory b.Visual codes c.Hypnosis d.Recency effect

23 D

24 What is the final stage of memory information. a.Sensory information b. photographic memory c.Short term memory d.Long term memory

25 D

26 People use their own schemas to do which of the following a.Repress memories b.Reconstruct memories c.Relearn memories d.Retain memories

27 B

28 Which memory task involves identifying object encountered before a.Recognition b.Recall c.Relearning d.repression

29 A

30 An example of improving memory through mechanical repetition is a.Writing and rewriting items b.Forming unusual associations c.Constructing links d.Creating mnemonic devices

31 A

32 Trauma to the brain caused by a blow to the head, electric shock, or brain surgery. A.Infantile amnesia B.Anterograde amnesia C.Retrograde amnesia

33 B

34 The skills needed for riding a bicycle are stored as a.Procedural memories b.Episodic memories c.Generic memories d.Echoic memories

35 A

36 Facts learned in classes at school become part of the a.Procedural memory b.Episodic memory c.Generic memory d.Iconic memory

37 C

38 Computers and people both handle information using the processes of a.Procedural, generic, and episodic memories b.Maintenance and elaborative rehearsals c.Sensory, short term, and long term memories d.Encoding, storage and retrieval

39 D

40 A visual code helps a person remember a fact by a.Storing the fact as a sequence of sounds b.Representing the fact by its meaning c.Pairing it with another fact d.Creating a mental picture

41 D

42 Studying for a test in the same room in which it will be held may result in a better grade because of a.Iconic memory b.State dependent memory c.Context dependent memory d.Eidetic memory

43 C

44 The first stage of memory is a.Long term memory b.Short term memory c.Content dependent memory d.Sensory memory

45 D

46 The average person can hold in short term memory a list of a.Five items b.Seven items c.Eight items d.Nine items

47 B

48 People forget the period leading up to a traumatic event A.Infantile amnesia B.Anterograde amnesia C.Retrograde amnesia

49 C

50 We can more easily remember bits of information by organizing them into mental representations of the world called a.Icons b.Echoes c.Mnemonic devices d.schemas

51 D

52 According to Sigmund Freud repression is a reaction to a.Painful and unpleasant memories b.A head injury c.Illness d.All of the above

53 A

54 Most people forget things because of the normal processes of a.Maintenance and elaborative rehearsal b.Interference and decay c.Repression and amnesia d.Chunking and schema

55 B

56 A person trying to learn the vocabulary of a foreign language can remember the foreign words by a.Maintenance rehearsal b.Constructing links to something already familiar. c.Using paired associates d.All of the above

57 D

58 Freud found that people who could not remember things that happen before the age of three have A.Infantile amnesia B.Anterograde amnesia C.Retrograde amnesia


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