Answer to question 1
c)Correct answer-Decline in working memory is more likely to occur when individuals do not use effective memory strategies such as organization and imagery.
a b & d are incorrect answers to this question
Answer to question 2
Que: Which of the following statement is true for working memory?
a. Decline in working memory is more likely to occur when individuals do not use effective memory strategies, such as organization and imagery.
b. Studies indicate that starting in late middle age, less time is needed to learn new information as working memory expends.
c. Decline in working memory in late middle age is due to lack of information stored in years.
d. Studies indicate that techniques such as imagining phone numbers as representing different objects around the house are highly inefficient in improving working memory in middle adulthood.
Answer: Decline in working memory is more likely to occur when individuals do not use effective memory strategies, such as organization and imagery.
Answer to question 3
Q 43: Option 4. The correct order is encoding (information from the surroundings), the storage (storing the required parts) and retrieval (retrieving the information when it is required)
Q 44: Option 4
Working memory holds data temporarily so that the brain can do something with the information. It is a part of short term memory
Answer to question 4
The correct answer to this question is Option D, this model is seen as knowledge in long term memory currently active and being though about.
Option D is the correct answer because:
In the question all the statements about the Engle’s controlled attention model are correct except Option D. This model divides working memory into different components based on cognitive functions it also focuses on the control of attention. But doesn’t say that the model is a knowledge in long term memory.
Therefore based on the above information Option D is the correct answer.