Exam 3

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To remember the information presented in her psychology textbook, Susan often relates it to her own life experiences. Susan's strategy is an effective memory aid because it facilitates
a. iconic memory
b. meaninglful encoding
c. proactive interference
d. ther serial position effect

Answer:
b. meaningful encoding

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