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12. A reward can interfere with a punisher when: (page 138);(a) reward and punishment fail to arouse approach-avoidance conflict;(b) the punishment is not consistent;(c) the punishing event becomes a secondary positive reinforcer;(d) none of the above- rewards never interfere with punishment;14. Self-Injurious Behavior tends to be treated with;(a) reinforcement;(b) punishment;(c) aversion therapy;(d) learned helplessness;25. The idea that words from the same semantic category can be recalled togeth-;er even if they were not presented as part of the same list is the core idea;underlying;(a) categorical clustering;(b) subjective organization;(c) associative clustering;(d) matrix recall;3. The finding that certain amnesiacs have impaired episodic LTM but preserved;semantic LTM (or vice-versa) suggests that;(a) LTM is always damaged in amnesia;(b) STM is always damaged in amnesia;(c) episodic and semantic LTM are distinct from one another;(d) doctors don?t really understand the disease;5. Which of the following is NOT known to produce memory loss?;(a) electroconvulsive therapy;(b) an unusual word appearing in the middle of a list of other words;(c) the inducing of frustration in infants;(d) none of the above;3. Adam is trying to remember information for his psychology exam, but similar;information that he studied in sociology is also being retrieved, interfering;with his thinking process. This interference is most similar to;(a) priming;(b) the fan effect;(c) spreading of activation;(d) procedural memory;5. An early, but ultimately incorrect, approach to understanding the biology of;memory was;(a) the modularity approach;(b) long-term potentiation;(c) the formation of memory molecules;(d) all of the above;8. As Melanie sits in class paying attention to the new material being presented;by her professor, this information, in its unconsolidated state, is likely being;processed in which storage system?;(a) sensory memory;(b) short-term memory;(c) long-term memory;(d) implicit memory;9. One study on remembering knowledge learned in school assessed learning 4;and 11 months after completion of a course. Grades fell about on;the delayed tests.;(a) 10%;(b) 20%;(c) 50%;(d) none of the above;10. After practicing all summer long, Madison has finally learned how to make a;baseball curve when she throws it. This ability can best be described as;(a) implicit learning;(b) spatial learning;(c) stimulus-response learning;(d) motor skill learning;11. Tommy has been running the 1-mile race for his track team for the past 5;years. His best times in each of the past 5 years, respectively, have been;5:30, 5:02, 4:40, 4:30, and 4:25. Assuming his training proceeds accord-;ing to plan, which of the following times should he be capable of running;this year, according to the power law?;(a) 3:59;(b) 4:02;(c) 4:23;(d) 4:10;14. Janet is learning how to type, in the context of a single-session lab-based;psychology experiment. To maximize typing performance in this context, the;best type of feedback should be delivered how soon after each typing trial?;(a) 1 minute;(b) 1 hour;(c) immediately;(d) 10 minutes.;21. Very young children tend to rely on data to encode information;whereas older children and adults utilize data during encoding.;(a) sensory, motor;(b) sensory, verbal;(c) verbal, motor;(d) motor, sensory;22. Cindy, a 6-year-old, is presented with several random strings of letters to;commit to memory. Which of the following strings is she most likely to re-;member in the correct order?;(a) RQY;(b) BHFZP;(c) MPLSTGX;(d) WYZDHLPMT;24. In a 1-room schoolhouse with students of all ages, Mr. Smith notices that;some of his students are taking notes about what is being discussed in class;whereas others are not. Which of the following students would be most likely;to be one of the students taking notes?;(a) Joe, a 5-year-old boy;(b) Jen, a 6-year-old girl;(c) Victor, a 9-year-old boy;(d) Rhonda, a 12-year-old girl;25. Dr. Marie has a 23-year-old female patient that is having problems with her;spatial memory. Giving this patient an estrogen supplement to boost her;memory will likely have what effect on her memory dysfunction?;(a) it will eliminate it;(b) it will make it worse;(c) it will have no long term impact;(d) it will make her smarter;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Other Requirements: Questions are from the following text;Text;Authors;Publisher;Learning and Memory;4th Edition, 2009;ISBN: 10: 0205658628 / 13: 9780205658626;Scott Terry;Pearson: Allyn


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