When memory is present, but wrong, it could be called: (Check all that apply)
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.
1. In the United States each year, more than ________ criminal trials were decided on the basis of eyewitness testimony.
An example of memory binding is:
Who has more difficulty binding appearance of perceived objects to the context of presentation?
“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:
If individual features of the words or faces are retained, but are not bound together adequately when people initially study them, __________ can result.
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)
Wells’s studies on reducing eyewitness false alarms involve separating the mnemonic ________ from the ________.