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Advanced Placement Psychology
Puzzle Number 03
For Mr. Rose
1. Spreading __________ is the process of causing the action potentials of associative networks, neural networks, or semantic networks to fire as a result of the firing of specific neurons.
2. Recall is the ability to __________ or reproduce memorized information with a minimum of external cues.
4. The serial __________ effect is the tendency for the greatest number of memory errors to occur in the middle portion of an ordered list.
9. The feeling of __________ is the ability to predict beforehand whether one will be able to remember something.
11. long-term __________ (LTP) is a long-lasting enhancement in signal transmission between two neurons that results from stimulating them synchronously.
13. Anterograde __________ is the loss of the ability to form or retrieve memories for events that occur after an injury or trauma.
14. Declarative __________ is that part of long-term memory containing factual information.
16. Context-dependent cues facilitate retrieval by replication of the context in which the memory was __________.
17. The prevailing connectionist approach today was originally known as parallel __________ processing (PDP). It was a neural network approach that stressed the parallel nature of neural processing, and the distributed nature of neural representations.
18. An __________ is a mental image or representation.
19. Eidetic __________ is the ability to retain a “projected” mental image long enough to use it as a source of information.
1. Retrograde __________ is the loss of memory for events that preceded a head injury or other amnesia-causing event.
3. Massed __________ refers to a practice schedule in which studying continues for long periods, without interruption.
5. The tip-of-the-tongue __________ is the experience of feeling that a memory is available but being unable to retrieve it.
6. An __________ is the hypothesized physical changes that take place in the brain as it stores information; a memory trace.
7. Repression is the unconsciously pushing out or barring from awareness __________ memories.
8. Priming is the activation of __________ (hidden) memories by providing partial information that is linked with them.
10. A memory __________ is any pattern of associations among bits of information stored in memory.
12. Recognition is the process of __________ previously learned material is correctly identified as that which was seen before.
15. Interference is the tendency for new __________ to impair retrieval of older memories, and the reverse.
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