← AP Psych Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- implicit memory
- short term memory
- acoustic encoding
- Wechsler adult intelligence Scale (WAIS)
- a mental pictures, a powerful aid to effortful processsing especially when combined with semantic encoding
- b the WAIS is teh most widley used intelligence test; contains verbal and performance subtests.
- c retention independent of conscious recollection.
- d teh encoding of sound, especially teh sound of words
- e activated memory that holds a few items briefly, such as the 7 digits of a phone number
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- defining meaningful scores by comparison with teh performance of a pretested group
- the encoding of picture images
- memory of facts and expereicens that one can consciously knowand declare
- a tendency to approach a problem in one partiular way, often a way that has been successful in teh past
- defined originally as teh ratio of mental age to chronological age multiplied by 100.
5 True/False Questions
flashbulb memory → a clear memory of an emotionall significant moment or event
normal curve → teh symmetrical bell shaped curve that describes teh distribution of many physical and psychological attributes. most scores fall near teh average adn few and few scores lie near teh extremes
semantic encoding → teh encoding of sound, especially teh sound of words
recall → a measure of memory in which the person must retrieve infor learned earleir as on a fill in teh blank test
sensory memory → the relatively permanent and limitless storehosue of teh memory system. includes knowledge, skills and experiences