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You asked a person to read through a document. Once he finished

reading you asked him to do the following. Select the type of

memory being assessed

1. Repeat the names of the people mentioned.

2. Recollect words beginning with the letter A

What is different between immediate memory and working memory?

Sense of familarity occuring when stored memories are brought to consciousness?

A. Deja vu 2. Jamis vu 3. Recognition 4. Registration 5.Retrieval

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Answer to your first question: working memory - relies on keeping information 'online' for long enough to answer your question.

Answer to your second question: dejas vu - feeling of familiarity 'Ah I've seen this before' literally

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To clarify answer to question 1 further: immediate memory isn't really a technical category of memory - this is a distractor

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Answer to your first question: working memory - relies on keeping information 'online' for long enough to answer your question.  

Answer to your second question: [highlight]dejas vu - feeling of familiarity 'Ah I've seen this before' literally[/highlight]

No, the answer to that question is retrieval!

Deja vu is a sense of familiarity that one gets when he visits a place/person he has never seen before!

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The answer is recognition not retrieval.

Sorry, my bad!

You are right!

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