MCAT Question of the Day 136– Psychology

A student cramming for finals memorizes the steps in solving a physics problem early in the afternoon and then studies for his other subjects for several hours before his physics exam. When he arrives at the exam he can no longer remember how to solve the physics equation. This is an example of:

Question posted with permission from The Princeton Review

 

By | 2017-08-15T06:45:32+00:00 December 9th, 2015|Learning Memory and Behavior, Princeton Review, Psychology and Sociology, Question of the Day|Comments Off on MCAT Question of the Day 136– Psychology
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