1. Which of these is not a feature of sensory memory?
- Encodes information in the same form it is received.
- Briefly holds all sensory information from environment
- Divides into two stores: Iconic and echoic
- Allows you to pay attention to important information to transfer to short-term memory
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2. Which of these types of forgetting describes retroactive interference?
- Information was not processed deeply during encoding
- Physical memory traces fade with time and disuse
- New information interferes with retrieval of previously learnt information
- Old information interferes with retrieval of new information
3. What is motivated forgetting?
- Forgetting memories of past experience (retrospective)
- Forgetting memories that remind us to do something in the future (prospective)
- Consciously or unconsciously wanting to forget an event
- Inability to recall information but feeling like we are about to remember it
4. Which of these is NOT a feature of the associate network model of memory storage?
- Reflects the operations of the nervous system
- Network of associated ideas and concepts
- Activation of one network leads to spreading activation
- Priming occurs, preparing for once concept by another
5. In what area of the brain is working memory processed?
- Brain stem
- Sensory areas of cerebral cortex
- Cortical areas across the four lobes
- Hippocampus and surrounding areas