Dr. james advises that if you study for your next psychology exam in the same room where you take the

Dr. james advises that if you study for your next psychology exam in the same room where you take the exam, your score will improve. he is basing this advice on
a) state-dependent learning.
b) recognition specificity.
c) context-dependent learning.
d) familiarity schemas

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  1. Bob: coke is baby pandas.jim: what? how do you figure that coke is baby pandas? bob: because this book says so.jim: how do we know the book is correct? bob: because it says that coke is baby pandas.jim: how does that prove the book's accuracy? bob: because it's statement involving coke and baby pandas is correct, therefore it is accurate.jim: how do we know that it's correct? bob: because we have concluded that the book is accurate, and therefore the statement is correct.therefore, coke is baby pandas.

  2. C) context-dependent learning.                                          

    Explanation:  

    Context-dependent learning or memory: In psychology, the term context-dependent memory or learning is described as the phenomenon which includes improved recall of particular information or episodes from an individual's memory if the context of the information present at the time of encoding and retrieval are same.

    Example: If an individual lost his or her mobile somewhere in office, then the recall will be great in the office place.

    In the question above, Dr James is basing this advice on context-dependent learning.

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