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55. When Jewish subjects tried to remember briefly flashed groups of stimuli, they recognized fewer items when one was a swastika. This was because

 

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When Jewish subjects tried to remember briefly flashed groups of stimuli, they recognized fewer items when one was a swastika. This was because

  1. they were concentrating harder on the other stimuli.
  2. the stimuli were figures which had no meaning.
  3. their attention was shifted away from other information.
  4. their attention span decreased with constant repetition of the stimuli.

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3. their attention was shifted away from other information.


   
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