1. How is the majority of information usually encoded in the long-term memory?
- Through smells and tastes
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2. Which of the following is a part of the working memory model of memory?
- Visuo-sensory sketchpad
- Articulatory-phonological loop
- Visuo-semantic sketchpad
- Auditory-phonological loop
3. Tulving (1972) suggested semantic memory, and which other type of long term memory?
- Acoustic memory
- Declarative memory
- Episodic memory
- Procedural memory
4. Which of these is not a valid criticism of the multi-store model of memory?
- Ruchkin et al found that we semantic information from the long term memory is used in tasks which we would expect to only require the acoustic information in the short term memory
- Amnesiacs with Korsakoffs Syndrome show functional short term memory but impaired long term memory
- Things are often remembered better when processed semantically rather than simple repetition
- Flashbulb memories show that information can be imprinted directly into the long-term memory
5. What do Alzheimer's patients appear to have low levels of, causing weakened long-term memory?
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