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Psychology 101 quiz 7 Graded A When you listen to a lecture, the information is held in ____ memory until you write it in your notes. A) short-term B) trace C) sensory D) long-term ✔✔A) shor... t-term A visit to your elementary classroom might help you remember more of the names of some of your classmates because you are A) relying on schemas to enhance the retrieval process. B) relying on a flashbulb memory. C) using the serial position effect. D) in the same context as you were when you learned them. ✔✔D) in the same context as you were when you learned them. Kwan is driving to campus and his phone rings,. Based on the results of studies on divided attention, should Kwan answer the phone? A) He should only answer the phone if he is an experienced driver who is driving in a familiar location. B) He should only answer the phone if he has a hands-free device, so that he is not distracted by having to hold the phone. C) Yes, his attention system will allow him to process both traffic information and his phone conversation equally. D) No, he would experience a negative impact on his driving behavior since he would focus more on the phone call than on traffic signals. ✔✔D) No, he would experience a negative impact on his driving behavior since he would focus more on the phone call than on traffic signals. Strategies designed to enhance memory through the use of either verbal cues or visual imagery to enrich encoding are termed A) acronyms. B) methods of loci. C) mnemonic devices. D) serial-position identifiers. ✔✔C) mnemonic devices. Your psychology professor asks you for the name of the individual who started the behavioral approach to the study of psychology. To answer this question correctly, you need to rely on your A) semantic memory. B) procedural memory. C) episodic memory. D) prospective memory. ✔✔A) semantic memory. Research by George Miller suggested that the capacity of short-term memory is about ____ chunks of unrelated acoustically coded information. A) 7 B) 12 C) 3 D) 5 ✔✔A) 7 Nondeclarative memory appears to involve structures such as A) the cerebral cortex and the hippocampal complex. B) the cerebellum and the amygdala. C) the midbrain and the cerebellum. D) the thalamus and the hypothalamus. ✔✔B) the cerebellum and the amygdala. Sarah is studying for her psychology exam and listening to the television. Studies on divided attention would suggest that A) she will experience a negative impact on her memory and not remember much of either the TV show or her studying. B) the effect will be neutral. C) she would experience a negative impact on her studying since she would focus more on the TV; auditory cues will be attended to over visual cues. D) she would experience a positive impact on her studying since the TV would serves as noise and would allow her to focus her att [Show More]

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