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Which of the following statements about “flashbulb memories”(memories for very dramatic events.) is true? They are fabricated fantasies with no basis in reality? They may be inaccurate because memory is a reconstructive process Unlike most memories, they are accurate because they involve literal recall They are accurate because the details of an emotional event are stored permanently in memory. If your friend has trouble remembering dates and places for a test in a history class, which of the following suggestions would be least helpful? Repeat the facts to yourself many times Invent stories that revolve around the facts you are studying Think about the dates and places in relation to other things you know Study the dates and places at different times of the day and in different situations The president of a small company believes that women are incapable of generating creative ideas. He does not remember that women in his company often came up with good ideas for solving problems, and be claims that the ideas were his own He has most likely forgotten UK women’s contributions because he has an anti-social personality his memory for the events has decayed the womens be has for did not fit with his schemas men in positions of power do not care where their ideas come from According to cognitive psychologists, the way we behave after we ingest alcohol is mostly going to be influenced by out sex and age whether we drink alone or in a crowd our genetic predispositions for alcohol tolerance out beliefs or expectations about how alcohol will influence our behave Behaviorist theories of learning make extensive use of the concept of reinforcement, mainly because reinforcements are observable reinforcements are unrelated to biological factors Behaviorist think that people do not have feelings and beliefs Behaviorist are concerned about the learner’s feelings and beliefs Glenda was badly frightened last time she went for a walk in the park, so now she avoids the park. This could be an example of classical conditioning, because the park has become a conditioned stimulus an unconditioned stimulus a positive reinforcement a conditioned response