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    What kind of memory involves storage of brief events, such as sights, sounds, and tastes?

    sensory

    Which concept describes the effects of misinformation from external sources that leads to the creation of false memories?

    suggestibility

    Remembering ________ is a good example of episodic memory

    your first day of school

    Felipe looks over his presentation, and he notices that some of the words are written in bold and some are written in italic. His ability to remember these differences is an example of ________ encoding

    visual

    Forgetting anything good that happened on your trip to France because you just broke up with your French fiancée and now can't bear the thought of anything French is a good example of ________: Memories are distorted by your current belief system

    bias

    Elaine wakes up in the hospital with a head injury. She gets to know her doctors and nurses over time, but it soon becomes clear that she has no memories from before she woke up in the hospital. Elaine has ________ amnesia.

    retrograde

    Aleah remembers that her dog is named Rocky and her cat is named Skipper, but she can't remember the name of her first grade teacher's dog and cat. This is an example of ________.

    Atkinson-Shiffrin model

    What is the tendency for an individual to have better memory for information that relates to oneself in comparison to material that has less personal relevance?

    self-reference effect

    Which category of memory failure associated with the seven sins of memory is exemplified by the following? Amantha left her phone somewhere, but she can't remember where

    forgetting

    Elaborative rehearsal involves ________.

    thinking about the meaning of the new information and its relation to knowledge already stored in your memory

    According to Baddeley and Hitch, ________.

    short-term memory itself has different forms

    Ben is asked to memorize the words canine, feline, and avian. He remembers the words by associating them with their synonyms: dog, cat, and bird. This is an example of ________ encoding

    semantic

    Remembering ________ is a good example of semantic memory

    what the word chocolate means

    Encoding information occurs through ________.

    automatic processing and effortful processing

    According to Craik and Tulving, how do we process verbal information best?

    semantic encoding

    A public opinion poll was administered to 50 people before the election of President Barack Obama. Polls taken before election night showed 50% of the people polled believed Barack Obama would be elected president. After the election results, the same people were asked if they believed Barack Obama would be elected president, and this time 75% of the people said yes. This may be an example of ________ bias

    hindsight

    People may not intend to distort facts, but ________.

    it can happen in the process of retrieving old memories and combining them with new memories

    For many in the baby-boom generation, the Kennedy assassination represents a ________, an exceptionally clear recollection of an important event

    flashbulb memory

    Which of the following statements about the amygdala is correct?

    The amygdala is involved in the process of transferring new learning into long-term memory

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    Felipe looks over his presentation, and he notices that some of the words are written in bold and some are written in italic. His ability to remember these differences is an example of ________ encoding.

    visual

    What is Semantic Memory

    Memories of the meanings of words, concepts, and general facts about the world

    Forgetting occurs fastest in:

    a. sensory memory b. STM c. LTM

    d. procedural memory

    sensory

    Remembering ________ is a good example of procedural memory.

    how to use a phone

    Repeating something over and over again so as to keep it active in STM is termed:

    rehearsal

    Which of the following statements about eyewitness testimony is correct?

    Eyewitness testimony is vulnerable to the power of suggestion.

    Elena finds it very difficult to remember a long string of numbers, so she tries to memorize three numbers at a time. Later, she is able to repeat the numbers correctly because she grouped the numbers into more manageable groups of three. This is an example of ________.

    chunking

    Remembering ______ is a good example of episodic memory.

    Your first day of school

    Who studied the misinformation effect?

    Loftus

    What is the tendency for an individual to have better memory for information that relates to oneself in comparison to material that has less personal relevance?

    self reference effect

    Sally cannot remember her new phone number. She can only remember her old phone number. This is termed:

    proactive interference

    Encoding information occurs through ________.

    automatic and effortful processing

    For many in the baby-boom generation, the Kennedy assassination represents a ________, an exceptionally clear recollection of an important event.

    Mike gets a new cell phone. He can’t remember his old cell number. He can only remember his new cell number. This is___interference.

    retroactive Hyperthymesia is:

    the ability to remember every detail of one’s life

    The terms iconic and echoic apply to:

    sensory memory

    The magic number associated with STM is: 4 6 3

    none of the above

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    Classical and operant conditioning are forms of ________ learning.

    answer choices reflexive observational associative instinctive 2. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    “Eyeblink conditioning” can be used to demonstrate classical conditioning safely with a human volunteer. A puff of air aimed at your eye will naturally produce a blinking response. Using this reflex, what could we do to create a complete classical conditioning demonstration?

    answer choices

    Ring a bell just after the puff of air, until the person blinks to the bell alone.

    Ring a bell just before the puff of air, until the person blinks to the puff of air alone.

    Ring a bell just after the puff of air, until the person blinks to the puff of air alone.

    Ring a bell just before the puff of air, until the person blinks to bell alone.

    3. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Mabel clicks her tongue while tickling Francis. Eventually, Francis starts to squirm and giggle every time Mabel clicks her tongue, even when he is not being tickled. In this example, tongue clicking is a(n) ________.

    answer choices

    conditioned stimulus

    unconditioned response

    conditioned response

    unconditioned stimulus

    4. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    Hideki tells a lie and is grounded. He does this several times, finally learning that his behavior (lying) is associated with a consequence (being grounded). Which kind of learning is this?

    answer choices

    classical conditioning

    modeling

    operant conditioning

    latent learning 5. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    Which statement about B. F. Skinner is correct?

    answer choices

    He is famous for demonstrating observational learning, and is best known for his Bobo doll experiment, where children watched models of aggression and mimicked the aggression they saw adults display when they played with the doll.

    He placed hungry rats in a maze with no reward for finding their way through it, and he studied a comparison group that was rewarded with food at the end of the maze.

    He is famous for demonstrating the principles of operant conditioning: The motivation for a behavior happens after the behavior is demonstrated.

    He worked with Edward C. Tolman to prove that fear is both an instinct and a reflex.

    6. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    Dave’s boss told him that he doesn’t have to attend the company picnic (which everybody dislikes) if Dave meets his sales quota this month. Dave’s boss is using ________.

    answer choices

    negative reinforcement

    negative punishment

    positive reinforcement

    positive punishment 7. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    According to Albert Bandura, ________.

    answer choices

    Learning can occur when creatures make a cognitive map of their surroundings

    Learning is the result of reinforcing desired behavior at fixed intervals.

    Organisms cannot learn if they do not receive immediate reinforcement.

    Learning can occur by watching others and modeling what they do or say.

    8. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    Ben is asked to memorize the words canine, feline, and avian. He remembers the words by associating them with their synonyms: dog, cat, and bird. This is an example of ________ encoding.

    answer choices visual semantic automatic sensory 9. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    Felipe looks over his presentation, and he notices that some of the words are written in bold and some are written in italic. His ability to remember these differences is an example of ________ encoding.

    answer choices acoustic visual semantic sensory 10. Multiple-choice 45 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What kind of memory involves storage of brief events, such as sights, sounds, and tastes?

    answer choices sensory effortful implicit procedural 11. Multiple-choice 30 seconds 5 pts Q.

    What type of memories do we consciously try to remember and recall?

    answer choices implicit memories sensory memories procedural memories explicit memories 12. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    What is procedural memory?

    answer choices

    type of implicit memory that stores information about how to do things

    memories that we consciously try to remember or recall

    information about events we have personally experienced

    storage of facts 13. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    If I am looking at a snake and processing the fear caused by the snake, what part of my brain am I using?

    answer choices hippocampus amygdala cerebellum prefrontal cortex 14. Multiple-choice 1 minute 5 pts Q.

    Remembering ________ is a good example of episodic memory.

    answer choices

    what the word “onomatopoeia” means

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