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Why is encoding important? A.It codes your thoughts so that you can program your speech for later. B.It's the way information is first received into the brain. C.Intentional learning occurs prior to it. D.It's how information is forgotten if you don't pay attention.
Weegy: Hello, you have reached a new Weegy Expert. What is your question? User: Why is encoding important? A.It codes your thoughts so that you can program your speech for later. B.It's the way information is first received into the brain. C.Intentional learning occurs prior to it. D.It's how information is forgotten if you don't pay attention. (More)
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Why not b or d ? User: I don't know...that's why I'm asking. Weegy: You gave an answer so that's why i was asking why not the others ;-) User: Your riddculous!!! Weegy: How can i help you today??
Weegy: Why not b or d ? User: I don't know...that's why I'm asking. Weegy: You gave an answer so that's why i was asking why not the others ;-) User: Your riddculous!!! Weegy: How can i help you today?? (More)
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Raina graduated number one in her class and is giving her valedictory speech in two days. She practices her speech over and over so she can deliver it flawlessly. What type of learning is taking place? A.practical B.intentional C.incidental D.deep processing
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Why is deep processing better than surface processing? A.Surface information isn't very informative. B.You can predict what you hope to learn. C.You'll have a better ability to remember information in the future. D.Surface memory only allows one thought to occupy your mind.
Weegy: who said it was better\ User: Why is deep processing better than surface processing? A.Surface information isn't very informative. B.You can predict what you hope to learn. C.You'll have a better ability to remember information in the future. D.Surface memory only allows one thought to occupy your mind. Weegy: why,is this a joke,i said WHO SAID IT WAS BETTER (More)
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Answer is A. User: What did the first portion of Sperling's test show? A.People have no problems remembering lots of letters and numbers. B.Sensory memory is very sensitive and is quick to forget. C.Testing affects people's ability to remember. D.Long-term memory is more likely to help the test subjects instantly recall information.
Weegy: Answer is A. User: What did the first portion of Sperling's test show? A.People have no problems remembering lots of letters and numbers. B.Sensory memory is very sensitive and is quick to forget. C.Testing affects people's ability to remember. D.Long-term memory is more likely to help the test subjects instantly recall information. (More)
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