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Introduction to Psychology 10th Edition by Plotnik – Test Bank

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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1133939538
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1133939535

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Introduction to Psychology 10th Edition by Plotnik – Test Bank

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
____ 1. Despite Daniel Tammet抯 incredible memory, he struggled with:
a. recalling birthdates c. recalling strings of numbers
b. learning simple mathematics d. using associations to store information
____ 2. Daniel Tammet抯 amazing memory ability is due to:
a. an ability to visualize numbers as shape, colors, and textures
b. an abnormally large cerebral cortex
c. flashbulb memory
d. photographic memory
____ 3. In the case of Clive Wearing described in Module 11, his memory loss was caused by:
a. unresolved unconscious conflicts c. a disease that led to brain damage
b. a brain chemical imbalance d. flashbulb memories of being abused
____ 4. According to the textbook, ____ is the ability to retain information over time through the process of encoding, storage, and retrieval.
a. memory c. metamemory
b. repression d. implicit memory
____ 5. The three processes of memory are:
a. encoding, imitation, retrieval c. encoding, retrieval, motivation
b. attention, encoding, feedback d. encoding, storage, retrieval
____ 6. Place the three memory processes in their correct order with regard to the flow of memory.
a. retrieval, storage, encoding c. storage, encoding, retrieval
b. encoding, retrieval, storage d. encoding, storage, retrieval
____ 7. The word that best describes encoding is:
a. output c. recall
b. input d. reorder
____ 8. Information is first placed into memory in the form of mental representations through the process of:
a. encoding c. storage
b. retrieval d. recording
____ 9. ____ refers to making mental representations of information.
a. Encoding c. Storage
b. Feedback d. Retrieval
____ 10. Placing information in a relatively permanent 搘 arehouse? is called:
a. encoding c. storage
b. retrieval d. recording
____ 11. Remembering is getting information out of storage. The term ____ refers to the same process.
a. encoding c. storage
b. retrieval d. recording
12. 揑抳 e encoded the material and I抳 e stored it. I just can抰 seem to remember it.? This case best describes a problem with:
a. encoding c. storage
b. retrieval d. recording
____ 13. If you have no difficulty with encoding and storing, but you still think you抳 e got problems with your memory, then the real problem must be in:
a. levels of processing c. declarative memory
b. sensory memory d. retrieving


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