Exam 3

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When 80-year-old Ida looked at her old wedding pictures, she was flooded with vivid memories of her parents, her husband, and the early years of her marriage. The pictures served as powerful
a. encoding devices
b. iconic memories
c. implicit memories
d. retrieval cues

Answer:
d. retrieval cues

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