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The STM can normally hold around 7 pieces of information. True or False
True
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The STM is the first memory store information passes through. True or False
False
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"STM" stands for "Small Term Memory". True or False
False
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The Sensory Memory holds memories for under a second. True or False
True
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The Memories have to pass through the Hippocampus to access the LTM. True or False
True
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The LTM can hold one hundred memories. True or False
False
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The Multi-Store Model of memory believes that the brain does not have different memory stores. True or False
False
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A case study for the Multi store model is where they Tested CW over a span of 21 years. True or False
True
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The Reconstructive Memory theory has the use of schemas. True or False
True
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The Reconstructive Memory research study used one group of males called the experimental group and a group of females called the control group. True or False
False
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Anterograde Amnesia stops you from creating new memories. True or False
True
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Retrograde Amnesia stops you from remembering memories that happened after the accident. True or False
False
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The STM is the first memory store information passes through. True or False

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False

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"STM" stands for "Small Term Memory". True or False

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The Sensory Memory holds memories for under a second. True or False

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The Memories have to pass through the Hippocampus to access the LTM. True or False

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