Memory

Q: The major problem with using hypnosis in police work is

(a) :  vicarious inhibition.
(b) :  that there is little evidence that information gathered by hypnosis has ever helped solve a police case.
(c) :  the occurrence of false memories.
(d) :  a person's ability to be hypnotized.
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  the occurrence of false memories.
Explanation:  

Q: Transforming incoming information into a usable form is the stage of memory called

(a) :  retrieval.
(b) :  encoding.
(c) :  storage.
(d) :  organization.
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  encoding.
Explanation:  

Q: Students often assume that because they can answer all the study questions once, they have sufficiently prepared for a test. This mistaken attitude overlooks the importance of __________ for improving memory.

(a) :  overlearning
(b) :  spaced practice
(c) :  recitation
(d) :  organization
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  overlearning
Explanation:  

Q: When students who go to graduate school have to brush up on a foreign language they learned before, they find it easier the second time around. This illustrates

(a) :  rehearsal.
(b) :  recall.
(c) :  redintegration.
(d) :  relearning.
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  relearning.
Explanation:  

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