The strategic and associative components of episodic memory show age differences across the lifespan. Which combination of the following statements is correct regarding children (aged 10-12) and older adults (aged 70-75)? (several answers are correct)
Older adults’ associative component is functioning better than children
Older adults undergo decline in the functioning of the strategic component
Children’s associative component is relatively early developed.
Older adults do not show age differences in the associative component
Children tend not to engage in using effective memory strategy spontaneously.
Which of the following dimensions is not part of the hierarchical processing model of memory by Craik?
Context free knowledge – contextual detail
Episodic memory – semantic memory
Know – remember
Implicit – Explicit
Global Concepts – Specific details
Which of the following statements is right? The memory system that best captures our memory of basic facts and knowledge is:
Which of the following statements is not correct? Subsequent memory effects:
describe a difference in neural activity between later remembered and later forgotten items
refer to neural differences between items during encoding
refer to neural differences between items during retrieval
can be observed in medial temporal lobe (MTL)
can be observed in prefrontal cortex (PFC)
Which combination of the following statements is correct regarding age-differences between younger and older adults? Age-Differences in memory tasks are usually:
similar for Free Recall, Cued Recall and Recognition Tasks
larger in Free Recall Tasks than in Cued Recall Tasks
smaller in Free Recall Tasks than in Cued Recall Tasks
larger in Recognition Tasks than in Free Recall Tasks
smaller in Recognition Tasks than in Cued Recall Tasks
smaller in Source Memory Tasks than in Recognition Tasks
Which type of memory best captures our own childhood memories?