PSYC 100 Final Exam Answers
0.The visual receptors in the eyes called ___________ function best in dim lighting and are primarily black-and-white brightness receptors.
Making a grocery list and taking notes for a class are both examples of _____________, which refers to encoding that is initiated intentionally and requires conscious attention.
If I present you with the word “BOOK” and ask you if this word contains all lowercase letters, answering this question involves the use of ___________ encoding.
A person uses the term “HOMES” to remember the names of the Great Lakes (Huron, Ontario, Michigan, Erie, Superior). This memory-enhancing technique is best viewed as an example of:
In the case of the amnesia patient H.M. presented in the text, it was found that:
Fill-in-the-blank questions, true or false questions, and essay questions allow professors to assess your:
Research has found that self-generating many retrieval cues is a technique that facilitates memory. It is assumed that this type of processing facilitates encoding by:
Imagine that you have studied for an exam in a noisy environment and your state of physiological arousal has been low while you were studying. If on the day of the exam you were given the test in a quiet environment and your physiological arousal was high (due to test anxiety), the concept of state-dependent memory would predict that your recall would be __________ and the concept of context-dependent memory would predict that your recall would __________.
Retroactive interference is said to occur when ____________ material in memory interferes with the recall of ____________ material.
___________ amnesia is said to occur when memory loss occurs for events that happened prior to the onset of the amnesia.
When you enter a nice restaurant, you typically expect that a host or hostess will seat you, that you will receive a menu before you order, and that you will receive a bill at the conclusion of the meal. These thoughts together are best considered to be an example of: