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I have uploaded the requirements of this assignment in the attachment.
I have uploaded the content of ZAPS in the form of video. And also, in the form of screen shot, I put it all
in a word document.
And, the book we use, might be helpful.
Students should complete this homework assignment individually. Your grade for this homework assignment will be based off your answers to the questions contained in this document ? not to the questions embedded in the Zaps module. All answers should be written in complete sentences when possible.

Type your answers to the following questions into a Microsoft Word document and save the file with the name FalseMemory_LASTNAME..

Before starting this homework assignment, make sure that you have created your Zaps account. Instructions for doing sound can be found on our class Canvas page.

Log into your Zaps account. The link for this can be found here https://digital.wwnorton.com/cognition8 or by going to the class Canvas page, selecting Pages ? Course Specific Resources ? Link to ebook Zaps & Other Digital Resources. This link will take you to the Digital Resources webpage for your textbook. You should see something in the upper right corner of your screen saying ?Sign in or Register.? Enter the information that you used to create your account. Then, click on the large icon on the screen for ZAPS.

After you have logged in, find the module entitled False Memory, and click the link to begin. Information to the following questions can be found within the Zaps module and/or the sections of your textbook. The concepts of bottom-up and topdown processing were introduced in the lectures on object recognition.

A.Basic Terms & Concepts (16 points total)
1.Briefly define bottom-up and top-down processing. (4 points)

2.How do bottom-up and top-down processing each influence our memories? (6 points)

3.Generally speaking, what does it mean when you omit something? What would an error of omission be specifically pertaining to memory? (4 points)

4.Commission is the opposite of an omission. What would it mean if you had a memory error that was an error of commission? (2 points)

B.The Experiment ? Answer the following questions based on the Zaps demonstration (23 points total)
5.Briefly describe the method used. Include a description of the materials, procedure and what was being measured. Be sure to revisit this question after you see your results and read through the information in the Data section so you can fully describe the nature of all the stimuli used. As usual, the goal of this question is to provide enough detail so someone unfamiliar with the experiment would be able to replicate it. (10 points)

6.Take a screen shot of both the graph and the tables that show your data and past them into your answers. (You do not need to include the raw data. Also, don?t worry about the reference data.) (4 points).

7.What was your omission error rate for this experiment? Explain how you found it. (3 points)

8.You should have 2 commission error rates for this experiment. What were they? Explain how you found them. (6 points)

C.Extension & Application (10 points total)
9.How do bottom-up and top-down processing affect participants? performance on this task? (6 points)

10.Describe a situation in which you have disagreed with someone else over your memories for an event that you experienced together. What type of error was being made ? omission or commission? Were you able to resolve the memory dispute? If so, how? If not, why not? (4 points)