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An important principle of signal detection theory is that detection of any stimulus requires that we discriminate between ... and ...
Signal;noise
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Unlike information from other sensory modalities, olfactory information is sent directly to the
Limbic system
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The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that
Language can determine thought
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According to Baddeley, the capacity of the phonological loop is determined by how much information an individual can rehearse in ...
2 seconds
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People in Godden and Baddeley's study who learned lists of words underwater
Recalled the words better underwater
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One of the stories used in the study by Bartlett (1932) is called
The War of the Ghosts
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You are experiencing a great deal of difficulty learning your new telephone number. The number that you keep remembering is your old one. Your recall for your new number is impaired by
Proactive interference
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Following the case of Daubert vs Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals Inc (1993), a new ruling in the US stated that ... would be responsible for determining the relevance, validity and reliability of scientific evidence in court
Judges
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The removal of part of H.M's temporal lobe seems to have interfered with his ... memory but not with his ... memory
Explicit;implicit
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Unlike information from other sensory modalities, olfactory information is sent directly to the

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Limbic system

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The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that

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According to Baddeley, the capacity of the phonological loop is determined by how much information an individual can rehearse in ...

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People in Godden and Baddeley's study who learned lists of words underwater

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