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Acquisition and Retrieval

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Acquisition and Retrieval PSYC 3350

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Intro to Cognitive Psychology
Victoria Wagner

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Quiz questions related to acquisition and retrieval (Chapters 5 - 7)
Intro to Cognitive Psychology
Victoria Wagner
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memory acquisition, memory recall, encoding and retrieval
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Date Created: 03/08/15
A source confusion B amnesia C origin error D false identi cation A you detected the decrease in uency in your recognition of your friend39s face B your memory of your friend39s face is in uenced by contextdependent learning C you are displaying an instance of source amnesia D you are being in uenced by the fact that there are fewer men with beards than men without beards A repression B anterograde amnesia C retrograde amnesia D infantile amnesia A show greater disruption in implicit memory than in explicit memory B suffer from disruption in both implicit and explicit memory C show intact implicit memory with perceptual cues but disrupted implicit memory with conceptual cues D have preserved implicit memory despite severe disruption in explicit memory A provide strong evidence for separate memory systems B remain unchallenged by contemporary standards C provided early evidence of the extent of H M39s amnesia D suggest that damage to any area of the brain will impact all memory c 3 n Cquot o 2 3 LC Jgt use mnemonic devices as a study aid W study only when they are entirely sober n focus on their instructor39s intended meaning rather than the exact words U prepare for their examinations under conditions similar to the test 0 o 3 2 Squot o 3 E A used maintenance rehearsal when trying to memorize the words B paid attention to the sounds of the words when trying to memorize C paid attention to the appearance of the words when trying to memorize D relied on perceptual uency when studying the words A recognition B implicit memory C procedural memory D recall A remember previously shown items B quickly respond quotoldquot or quotnewquot to pictures of items C provide the meaning of target words D make quotwordquot or quotnonwordquot decisions when presented with letter strings A unfamiliar sentences to be more believable B familiar sentences to be more believable C familiar sentences to be more believable but only if they heard the sentence from a trustworthy source D unfamiliar sentences to be more believable but only if they have forgotten the source of the familiar sentences A the unfamiliar sentences heard as louder than the familiar sentences B the unfamiliar sentences as being clearer than the familiar sentences C the noise as being less loud when it accompanies the familiar sentences D no difference between the unfamiliar and the familiar sentences A quotdownstreamquot nodes also being activated B all connected nodes being activated C a subset of connected nodes to be activated D unconnected nodes to be suppressed


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