At her school's talent show, Noa answers questions about politics while spinning basketballs on her fingers. The question and answering mostly requires ________ memory, whereas the ball spinning mostly requires ________ memory.
To demonstrate the capacity of iconic memory, George Sperling showed that participants performed better with the ________ procedure.
Mark looks up a number in a phone book but he forgets it before he has a chance to make the call. It sounds like Mark should have spent more effort on
Which of these is not a component of working memory?
The iconic memory buffer
The phonological loop
The central executive
The visuospatial sketchpad
Because of the usefulness of the retrieval cues, ________ is usually easier than ________ .
Recall; episodic memory
Semantic memory; recognition
After Meghan meets a group of people, she can remember the name of only the last person she met. This is an example of a(n) ________ effect.
Consider the word Mississippi. Which of these questions asks you to process that word at the deepest level of processing?
How many times does the letter s appear in the word?
Is this word the name of a river?
How many syllables does the word have?
What is the word's first letter
You've just memorized a list of nonsense words. You are going to try and recall the words everyday for the next 30 days (without looking back at the list). You would expect to show the most forgetting between
Day 1 and day 2
Day 3 and day 5
Day 5 and day 10
Day 10 and day 30
Pavel needs to learn the order of the planets with respect to their distance from the sun. To begin, he imagines Mercury as a giant bun and Venus shaped like a show. It sounds like Pavel is using
The method of loci.
The peg-word method.
At the start of each exam, Sarah reads over the full set of questions to determine which ones she feels pretty sure she'll get right. To make these judgements, Sarah is using
When you enter a restaurant to enjoy a meal, you'll probably put a memory structure known as a(an) ________ to good use.
Your professor wants to give you advice based on the "testing effect." What is he likely to say?
Quiz yourself after you finish reading each chapter!
Study material from the middle of the chapter most carefully!
Use your judgments-of-learning to decide what to study more!
Try to study in the same room in which you're going to take the test!