Psychology Frontiers And Applications Study Set 5

Psychology

Quiz 8 :

Memory

Quiz 8 :

Memory

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Expert chess players possess schemas that allow them to recall more randomly placed chess pieces than novices do.
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The neural network approach to memory assumes that nodes in a network are physical in nature and do not contain individual units of information.
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George Sperling attempted to assess the duration of echoic memory by briefly presenting an image of a 3 4 array of letters.
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Anterograde amnesia is said to occur when memory is lost for events that occurred prior to the occurrence of amnesia.
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Schemas can help us to organize and interpret information in a particular way.
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A recall test is generally considered to be easier than a recognition test.
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Episodic and semantic memory are two subcategories of procedural memory.
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The iconic store and the echoic store are subsystems of short-term memory.
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According to Alan Baddeley, the central executive is a control process that is part of long-term memory.
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When information to be memorized is organized into a hierarchy, this capitalizes on the fact that memory is enhanced by associations between concepts.
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Maintenance rehearsal is more effective than elaborative rehearsal for transferring information to long-term memory storage.
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Retroactive interference occurs when newly acquired information interferes with our ability to recall information that was learned at an earlier time.
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"Priming" refers to the activation of one concept by another and is associated with the concept of "spreading activation".
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The recency effect appears to be due to the early transfer of information into long-term memory.
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Elaborative rehearsal is more effective than maintenance rehearsal for transferring information into long-term memory.
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Research has revealed that flashbulb memories are not as accurate as people usually think they are.
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The results of Hermann Ebbinghaus's research on forgetting revealed that forgetting tended to occur rapidly at first and then slowed down noticeably thereafter.
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Semantic encoding is considered to involve "deeper" processing than phonological encoding does.
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The phenomenon of state-dependent memory can be understood by applying the principle of encoding specificity to external stimuli and cues.
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Another name for short-term memory is working memory.
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