Sin of Misattribution
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  • Question 1
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    When memory is present, but wrong, it could be called: (Check all that apply)

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    Paramnesia

    False Memories

    Paradigms

  • Question 2
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    1. Dante Gabriel Rossetti captured the feeling of déjà vu in his poem “Sudden Darkness” and as early as 1849, Charles Dickens wrote of a similar experience in David Copperfield.

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    True

    False

  • Question 3
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    1. In the United States each year, more than ________ criminal trials were decided on the basis of eyewitness testimony.

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    750

    7,500

    75,000

    750,000

  • Question 4
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    An example of memory binding is:

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    Remembering a blue square and a red triangle, as opposed to a red square and a blue triangle.

    Remembering blue, square, triangle, and red, as opposed to a red square and a blue triangle.

    Remembering colors and shapes, as opposed to a red square and a blue triangle.

    None of the above

  • Question 5
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    Who has more difficulty binding appearance of perceived objects to the context of presentation?

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    Older adults

    Younger adults

    Both the same

    Neither had difficulty

  • Question 6
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    “Having met Mr. Wilson and Mr. Albert during your business meeting, you reply confidently the next day when an associate asks you the name of the company vice president: "Mr. Wilbert."


    This is an example of:

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    Memory Binding Error

    Memory Conjunction Error

    Source Misattribution

    Syllable Lures

  • Question 7
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    If individual features of the words or faces are retained, but are not bound together adequately when people initially study them, __________ can result.

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    Memory Binding Errors

    Memory Conjunction Errors

    Memory Misattribution Errors

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  • Question 8
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    When someone see’s a familiar face, they reflect on the outputs of memory to determine why it is familiar. People with the following, have a hard time using such retrieval processes. (Check all that apply)

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    Frontal Lobe Damage

    Stroke

    Parkinson's

    Partial Removal of the Frontal Lobe

  • Question 9
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    Wells’s studies on reducing eyewitness false alarms involve separating the mnemonic ________ from the ________.

    answer choices

    Chaff, Wheat

    Weft, Chief

    Wheat, Chaff

    Calf, Wheat

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