Pschology Question-HELP!!

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After school,Jeri spends hours talking to her friends on the phone. As she
walks in the door one day,she hears
the phone ring and yells to her mother,
"It's for me!" Jeri interprets the
ringing sensation using ___________ in
jumping to the conclusion that the call is for her.

1.top-down processing
2.closure and consistency
3.percaptual consistency
4.stimulus-driven processing

I am thinking the correct answer is (number 4)stimulus-driven processing.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?

I think your are correct. Pavlov's dog could have done the same thing.

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