Psychology

Repeatedly reciting a sequence of words:

A) activates different brain areas than when the word sequence is spoken the first time.
B)is a characteristic symptom of the disorder known as Korsakoff’s syndrome.
C)minimizes the effects of proactive interference.
D) prevents trace decay from occurring.

i think the answer is A

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  1. I would say D.

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  2. The answer is A,couse this question is about the biochemistry of memory,not about memory fails.

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