Exam 3

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The address for obtaining tickets to a popular qui show flashes on the TV screen, but the image disappears before Segei has had a chance to write down the complete address. To his surprise, however, he has retained a momentary mental iage of the five=digit zip code. His experiences best illustrates _______ memory
a. iconic
b. implicit
c. echoic
d. state-dependent

Answer:
a. iconic

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