This information gathered for this quiz comes from Psychology 101, Chapter 6: Memory, Intelligence and States of Mind.

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1.

The
three processes involved in memory include encoding, storage and
retrieval.
   
True
   
False

2.

We
can hold approximately 3 to four bits of information in our short term
memory.
   
True
   
False

3.

Nondeclaritive memory includes, among other things,
the memory of factual knowledge such as vocabulary and mathematics.
   
True
   
False

4.

Displacement
refers to the phenomenon of new information pushing old information out
of short term memory.

   
True
   
False

5. 

The
first workable intelligence test was developed by Alfred Binet for the
purpose of testing children entering school.
   
True
   
False

6.

Average
IQ is said to be between 90 and 109.
   
True
   
False

7.

Crystallized
intelligence, according to Cattell, refers to factual knowledge similar to
what could be learned in school.
   
True
   
False

8.

Spearman
referred to general intelligence as ‘g’ and specific intelligence as ‘g1’,
‘g2’, ‘g3’, etc..
   
True
   
False

9.

Sensory
memory typically only lasts a second or two.
   
True
   
False

10.

The
idea that information presented first in a list is easier to remember
because of the recency. effect.
   
True
   
False


 



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