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5 Matching questions

  1. Implicit memory
  2. Short term memory
  3. Long term memory
  4. Bias
  5. Encoding specificity principal
  1. a occurs when past experiences influence later behavior and performance, even though people are not trying to recollect them and are not aware that they are remembering them
  2. b holds non sensory information for more than a few seconds but less than a minute
  3. c hold information for hours, days, weeks, or years → hippocampus
  4. d distorting influences of present knowledge beliefs, and feelings on recollection of previous experiences
  5. e a retrieval cue can serve as an effective reminder when it helps recreate the specific way in which information was initially encoded

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when only some of the responses made are followed by reinforcement
  2. behavior is reinforced based on an average time that has expired since the last reinforcement
  3. delivery of reinforcement is based on a particular average number of responses
  4. the fact that operant behaviors that are maintained under intermittent reinforcement schedules resist extinction better than those maintained under continuous reinforcement
  5. a lapse of judgment in attention that results in memory failure (Yo-Yo Ma)

5 True/False questions

  1. Unconditioned stimulusreflexive reaction that is reliably produced by an unconditioned stimulus (dogs salivation)


  2. Flashbulb memoriesthe collection of past personal experiences that occurred at a particular time and place (implicit)


  3. Classical ConditioningLittle Albert → presented with stimuli (white rat, then loud bar to make him cry)


  4. Overjustification effectexternal rewards undermine the intrinsic satisfaction of performing a behavior (children draw pictures and are given external awards vs. children that draw and do not receive external awards. The external awards were taken away and the 1st set of children were less motivated to draw)


  5. Positive Punishmentstimulus is removed → increases likelihood of behavior