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 19. Of the following, which is the BEST analogy of a semantic network? A) a woven fabric (propositions) made of thousands of threads (concepts) lined up in the same direction B) a map with cities (concepts) interconnected by roads (propositions) C) a refrigerator that contains food (concepts) stacked on different shelves (propositions) D) a circle that has no starting point (propositions) and no ending point (concepts) 20. Effective studying is an example of ______. A) iconic memory B) effortful encoding C) automatic encoding D) maintenance rehearsal E) chunking 21. Two friends are taking the same psychology course. One day over coffee, they have an argument about the value of "operant conditioning" in the treatment of mental illness. Each provides valid arguments for his point of view. It is MOST LIKELY that the argument will ______. A) cause them to do better on the upcoming exam on operant conditioning because they took a personal stance on the subject and thereby formed new associations using the concepts involved B) cause them to do better on the upcoming exam on operant conditioning because, during the argument, they actively repeated the terminology that they will be tested on C) cause them to do worse on the upcoming exam on operant conditioning because the competition of the argument will distract them from the material D) cause them to do worse on the upcoming exam on operant conditioning because they will remember their friend's counter-arguments better than the actual material 22. As part of a memory experiment, participants heard a series of sentences including "They turned their papers in late, so they did not get full credit." Two minutes later, the participants were asked whether they heard "Their papers were turned in late, so they were deducted points." Many participants incorrectly reported hearing the alternative wording of the sentence even though they, in fact, did not. This is most likely because ______. A) they used semantic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory B) they used maintenance rehearsal to process the sentence into long-term memory C) they did not pay proper attention when the actual sentence was read D) they used phonemic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory E) they had ineffective echoic registers 22. As part of a memory experiment, participants heard a series of sentences including "They turned their papers in late, so they did not get full credit." Two minutes later, the participants were asked whether they heard "Their papers were turned in late, so they were deducted points." Many participants incorrectly reported hearing the alternative wording of the sentence even though they, in fact, did not. This is most likely because ______. A) they used semantic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory B) they used maintenance rehearsal to process the sentence into long-term memory C) they did not pay proper attention when the actual sentence was read D) they used phonemic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory E) they had ineffective echoic registers 22. As part of a memory experiment, participants heard a series of sentences including "They turned their papers in late, so they did not get full credit." Two minutes later, the participants were asked whether they heard "Their papers were turned in late, so they were deducted points." Many participants incorrectly reported hearing the alternative wording of the sentence even though they, in fact, did not. This is most likely because ______. A) they used semantic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory B) they used maintenance rehearsal to process the sentence into long-term memory C) they did not pay proper attention when the actual sentence was read D) they used phonemic encoding to process the sentence into long-term memory E) they had ineffective echoic registers
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