7. Select the following true statements about memory, in accordance with the information in this module’s videos.
- Research has shown that if you try to glue things into your memory by repeating something twenty times in one evening, for example, it won’t stick nearly as well as if you practice it the same number of times over several days.✅.
- Long term memory is like an inefficient mental blackboard.
- “Intense paleo learning,” where you rub a fossil while trying to learn something new, is an excellent way of lodging something into your memory.
- Long term memory is like a storage warehouse.✅
- Repetition is needed so your metabolic vampires—natural dissipating processes—don’t suck the memories away.✅