1. What are the levels of processing?
- Structural, phonetic and semantic
- Deep and shallow
- Short term and long term
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2. What was the aim of Peterson and Peterson study investigating the multi-store explanation of memory?
- To see if the level at which information is processed has an effect on a person's memory
- To see if rehearsal was necessary to hold information in the short term memory.
- To provide support for the multi-store explaination of memory
3. Two evaluations about Murdock's study investigating the multi-store explaination of memory are...
- It was ethical as it had no potential harm, and it was a lab experiment therefore it had a high level of control.
- It had a small sample size therefore was a good representation of the general population.
- The extraneous variables weren't controlled easily as it was a lab experiment meaning results were sometimes effected and made incorrect.
4. A practical application of reconstructive memory is....
- It explains why two people might remember the same event but completely differently
- It doesn't explain why two people may have been at the same event but remembered it completely differently
5. Who did the study on levels of processing?
- Underwood and Postman
- Craik and Tulving
- Peterson and Peterson
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