Working memory refers to
A) registering sensory information.
B) remembering the details of everyday life.
C) processing of sensory stimuli to give meaning and transfer to long term storage.
D) stored facts and words learned in the past.
Which of the following is most likely to illustrate tertiary memory?
A) your sister's birth
B) a friend's telephone message
C) what you studied for the exam
D) the movie you saw last week
_________ shows little change with age.
A) Primary memory
B) Working memory
C) Secondary memory
D) All of these choices
Being unable to remembering a phone number given to you orally long enough to dial the number illustrates a failure of
A) primary memory
B) working memory
C) secondary memory
D) tertiary memory