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1. Felipe looks over his presentation, and he notices that some of his words are written in bold and some are written in italic. His ability to remember these differences is an example of ____ encoding.
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1. Felipe looks over his presentation, and he notices that some of his words are written in bold and some are written in italic. His ability to remember these differences is an example of ____ encoding. A. Acoustic B. Semantic C. Sensory D. Visual I know sensory is not a type of encoding. 2. Jason studies Spanish for three years, and then switches to Pashto. When asked to remember Spanish vocabulary he can't, instead he can only remember Pashto vocabulary. This is an example of ____ interference. A. Active B. Inactive C. Proactive D. Retroactive I think that proactive and retroactive are the only two types of interference. I think this may be D. Retroactive? Which of the following is a good example of semantic encoding? A. Being able to hum the tune to a song after hearing it only once B. Dreaming about a beach and deciding to take a vacation C. Remembering the colors of the rainbow with the acronym ROY-G-BIV D. Thinking about a car you plan to buy and having the image of the car appear in your mind I think the answer is C. Remembering the colors of the rainbow with the acronym ROY-G-BIV. Please explain. Thank you!
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1. is D

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2. B (not positive)
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3. C
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2. is D not B

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