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which of the following examples represents deep processing as described by craik and lockhart
c. thinking bout the meaning of a word
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craik and lockhart model of memory states that how long a memory will be remembered depends on
D.the depth of processing associated with learning the materials
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the levels of processing concept of craik and lockhart would suggest that which of the following questions would lead to better memory of the word frog?
D. would it be found in a pond
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Which of the following was NOT a level of processing associated with verbal information as suggested by Craik and Lockhart (1972)?
Which model of memory is most similar in conceptualization to the way computers function? a) Craik and Lockhart’s model b) extinction c) information-processing model d) parallel distributed processing model
C Correct. The information-processing model of memory uses the way a computer functions as its model for human thought.
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The levels-of-processing model proposed by Craik and Lockhart has been criticized because it is really impossible to determine how deeply a memory has been processed, so there is no way to truly and scientifically prove or disprove the theory. This should remind you of which principle of critical thinking noted in your text?
Falsifiability Correct. Remember, in order for a theory to be useful, it must be capable of being disproved.
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The levels-of-processing concept of Craik and Lockhart suggests that which of the following questions would lead to better memory of the word frog? a) “Does it rhyme with blog?” b) “Is it in capital letters?” c) “Is it written in cursive?” d) “Would it be found in a pond?”
Ans: “Would it be found in a pond?” Expln: The levels-of-processing model proposes that the “deeper” the level of processing, the more likely it is to be remembered. This means that the more meaning or significance you can give to a piece of information, the better you remember it. Associating a frog with the place it lives is the most meaningful association of the four choices.
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