Psychology A: Memory

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1. What are the four components of the WMM?

  • Sensory Memory, Short-Term Memory, Long-Term Memory, Episodic Buffer
  • Sensory Memory, Central Executive, Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad, Episodic Buffer
  • Central Executive, Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad, Phonological Loop, Episodic Buffer
  • Short-Term Memory, Visuo-Spatial Sketchpad, Phonological Loop, Episodic Buffer
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2. What is the purpose of the Phonological Loop?

  • It deals with spoken and written material
  • It controls attention and coordinates the actions of the other components
  • It stores and processes information in a visual or spatial form
  • To bind together all the information from the other components

3. How is information stored in the long term memory store?

  • Semantically
  • Structurally
  • Phonetically
  • Acoustically

4. What is the purpose of the Central Executive?

  • It stores and processes information in a visual or spatial form
  • To bind together all the information from the other components
  • It controls attention and coordinates the actions of the other components
  • It deals with spoken and written material

5. Which verb gave the highest speed estimate in Loftus and Palmer's study?

  • Collided
  • Contacted
  • Smashed
  • Bumped

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