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Learning and Memory 3rd Edition by Mark A. Gluck – Test Bank

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  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1464105936
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1464105937

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Learning and Memory 3rd Edition by Mark A. Gluck – Test Bank

Chapter 07

1. Describe the case of H.M. Explain how he acquired his memory problems, and discuss the types of deficits he experienced and the functions of his brain that were spared.

2. Give an example of an episodic memory related to the experience of driving a car.

3. Give an example of a semantic memory related to the experience of playing a sport.

4. According to the textbook, what are the two similarities between episodic and semantic memory? Describe each one.

5. Describe the effect of repeated exposure on semantic memory and on episodic memory.

6. Describe how episodic memory was demonstrated in either gorillas or scrub jays.

7. Bransford and Johnson (1972) read an abstract passage aloud to participants, who then had to recall as much information as possible. Some participants were first informed of the topic described by the passage. How did the memory of these participants differ when compared with the memory of participants who were not informed beforehand? What does the result demonstrate about memory?

8. Imagine one meets a lady at a party at a friend’s house. One is unable to recall her name when one sees her on the street the next day. Yet one has no trouble recalling her name when one sees her again at a friend’s house. How can transfer-appropriate processing explain this?

9. How do free recall, cued recall, and recognition differ in terms of the number of memory cues available?

10. Give an example of retroactive interference occurring in everyday life.

11. Give an example of proactive interference occurring in everyday life.

12. What is the difference between source monitoring error and false memory?

13. Describe any one study that demonstrated false memories.

14. Explain why the shape of the typical forgetting curve implies that there is a consolidation period for memories.

15. What seems to be the role of the hippocampus in episodic memory? Describe one study that demonstrated this role.

16. What seems to be the role of the basal forebrain and diencephalon in episodic memory?

17. What is functional amnesia? Describe two specific types.

 

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