Memory - AP Psychology

12 Questions  I  By Jarmstrong on March 16, 2010
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1.  Encoding that occurs with no effort or a minimal level of conscious attention in known as:
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2.  Which pioneering researcher made extensive use of nonsense syllables in the study of human memeory?
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3.  The next in line effect best illustrates
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4.  We remember words that lend themselves to mental images better than we remember abstract low imagery words.  This best illustrates the value of:
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5.  By presenting research participants with three rowns of three letters each for only a fraction of a second, Sperling demonstrated that people have _______ memory.
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6.  Long Term potentiation refers to:
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7.  The cerebellum plays a critical role in _________ memory.
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8.  An eyewitness to a grocery store robbery is asked to identify the suspects in a police lineup.  Which test of memory is being utilized?
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9.  The often unconscious activation of particular associations in memory is called:
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10.  The discovery that words heard underwater are later better recalled underwater than on land best illustrates the value of:
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11.  After studying biology all afternoon, Alonso is having difficulty remembering details of the chemistry lecture he heard that morning.  Alonso's difficulty best illustrates:
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12.  When Loftus and Plamer asked observers of a filmed car accident how fast the vehicles were going when they "smashed" into each other, The observers developed memories of the accident that:
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