1. Which specific area of the brain is important in recalling both semantic and episodic memories?
- The amygdala
- The hippocampus
- The prefrontal cortex
- The cerebral cortex
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2. What clinical evidence does Clive Wearing and HM show?
- They had damaged episodic memory but semantic and procedural memories were fine
- Damaged LTM
- Damaged procedural memory
- Damaged semantic memory
3. Which of the following are most likely to be stored in episodic long-term memory?
- Our knowledge of what words mean
- Memories of our skilled actions, such as being able to play guitar
- Memories of events that have happened to us at various times, involving other people and places
- Memories for facts such as 'Elizabeth Loftus is a psychologits'
4. Cohen and Squire diagree with Tulving's three types of LTM. So which of the following do they suggest instead?
- Sensory memory and iconic memory
- Declarative memory and procedural memory
- Episodic memory and semantic memory
- Short-term memory and long-term memory
5. 'Time-stamped and needs to be consiously searched' is a description of which type of long-term memory?
- Procedural memory
- Semantic memory
- Episodic memory
- Very long-term memory (VLTM)