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8. The fact that a bodily state that exists during learning can be a strong cue for later memory is known as

 

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The fact that a bodily state that exists during learning can be a strong cue for later memory is known as

  1. eidetic imagery.
  2. redintegration.
  3. state-dependent learning.
  4. the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon.

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3. State-dependent learning.


   
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