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1. Retroactive interference occurs when:
2. Which of the following types of memory does not affect behavior consciously and can be measured only indirectly?
3. A five-year-old boy has formed a habit of writing on his parents' living room walls. Based on operant conditioning principles, which of the following types of punishment would be least effective in stopping this behavior?
4. Jay joins a social media website to lose weight, and he receives points based on the intensity of his daily exercise and praise from fellow website users for each workout he logs on the website. This increases his exercise frequency and intensity. Eventually he stops logging onto the website, but continues to exercise with increased frequency. This is an example of:
5. A student cramming for finals memorizes the steps in solving a physics problem early in the afternoon and then studies for his other subjects for several hours before his physics exam. When he arrives at the exam he can no longer remember how to solve the physics equation. This is an example of:
6. A researcher studying several patients gives each of them the same maze to solve. Although each works independently on it for 30 minutes – with varying degrees of success - none of them recalls seeing the maze when presented with it the next day. Nonetheless, their overall speed and success in solving it has improved significantly. These patients are likely experiencing impairment in:
I. procedural memory
II. episodic memory
III. echoic memory
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