Test Bank For Learning And Memory From Brain To Behavior 2nd Edition by Mark A. Gluc
CHAPTER NO 1
The process by which changes in behavior arise as a result of experience and interaction in the world is known as:
B)survival of the fittest.
_____ is a record of one’s past experiences.
Which method is NOT a good way to remember something?
A)Repeat the information many times.
B)Pay attention when one is first learning the information.
C)Focus on just one sense, such as vision or hearing.
D)Get enough sleep.
Which factor plays a role in helping the individual concentrate allowing the brain to encode information in order to organize and store memories?
Which statement is TRUE?
A)Philosophers gain insight through scientific experiments.
B)The study of learning and memory has always been a scientific pursuit.
C)Insights gained through philosophy are more important than those gained through science.
D)Today, people who study learning and memory consider themselves to be scientists.
Sets of statements devised to explain a collection of facts are called:
Gary attended a party and bumped into a friend he had not seen in years. Seeing the friend immediately triggered memories of things they had done together. Which idea about memory does this example demonstrate?
If I say “up,” it might make one think of the word “down.” The connection in one’s memory between these concepts is known as:
According to Aristotle’s principle of frequency, the ideas of “chair” and “table” are linked because people see chairs and tables together:
A)at the same time.
B)in the same place.
The view that all ideas are the result of experience is called:
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