TB9 P&C Lecture 4; Emotion and memory

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1. What is used to measure effects of emotional valence and arousal longitudinally?

  • International affective pictures
  • Implicit associations task
  • Emotional stroop task
  • Subliminal priming
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2. Automatic encoding of emotion...?

  • Only impacts LTM
  • Facilitates consolidation
  • Impacts STM
  • Facilitates retrieval

3. In a study using identical twins and combat trauma experience...?

  • The large hippocampus twin with combat experience was most likely to develop PTSD
  • The small hippocampus twin with combat experience was most likely to develop PTSD
  • Both twins with large hippocampi will develop PTSD
  • Both twins with small hippocampi will develop PTSD

4. What pattern of results is predicted by the Yerkes Dodson Law?

  • Best efficiency of memory at low levels of stress with a gradual decline for mid and high levels
  • Worst efficiency of memory for low and high levels of stress. Increased efficiency for mid level
  • Worst efficiency of memory for low and medium stress with a peak efficiency for high
  • Best efficiency of memory for low and high levels of stress. Worst efficiency for mid level

5. What is a long-term stress hormone released from the adrenal gland?

  • Oxycontin
  • Glucocorticoid
  • Noradrenaline
  • Dopamine

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