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# The term "episodic memory" was introduced by Tulving

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22 May 2014, 15:15
bcce , what is OA of this rc ?
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30 Dec 2014, 05:09
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14 Apr 2015, 18:43
Can anyone explain why #3 is not A, and why it is C?

C seems wrong to me because it never mentions a "single" event. I'm guessing that even if it took the birds 20 "attempts" to learn that the crickets went bad, GMAC would somehow say this was one event, and not 20 because an "experiment" qualifies as a singular "event"....Or can we not make that assumption because no singular/plural indicator is used? Either way, in my opinion, they should have phrased the answer that left it as "bind together information about different aspects of one or more events" or something similar. I specifically eliminated C because of the singular indicator, since an experiment is a culmination of multiple events to accumulate data and a conclusion.

Anyway, A seems to be a spot-on answer to me, and I can't find any word/phrase in the answer that would throw it off.
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13 Apr 2017, 18:48
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B C C A .
. Taking a bit more time but worth it.
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