Memory Systems Exam
Develop a 10-question exam regarding the memory systems, including encoding and retrieval.
Include multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, short-answer, and true-or-false questions.
Provide an answer key for each of your questions.
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Section 1 – Fill in the blanks
- A __________ for information is formed when that particular information has been encoded in any way.
- When encoded information is maintained or kept in the memory over a certain period of time ___________ of that information occurs.
- According to Endel Tulving, “key process in memory is ________.”
Section 2 – State whether the following statements are True or False
- Accessible information represents the entire available information stored in our brain.
- Priming is the process by which when a related word is recalled, recalling another particular related word becomes easier.
- Phonemic encoding is associated with the translation of visual input received from written words into sounds.
Section 3 – Multiple Choice Questions (Select one correct answer)
- Another term given by psychologists to the short-term memory is
- Working memory
- Association memory
- Which of the following can be used to aid learning/memory
- Meaningful cues
- Mnemonic devices
- The general principal underlying effectiveness of cues for retrieval is called
- Cue overload principle
- Encoding specificity principle
- None of the above
Section 4 – Short answer
- What are the three stages of the process of learning or memory? Briefly explain each.
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