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A classic demonstration of memory requires two groups of students to memorize a list of sentences. One group is instructed to rate sentences on how easy they are to pronounce. The other group must rate the sentences according to how easy it is to form a mental picture of the statement. Afterward​, students in the visualization group remember more content from the sentences than students in the pronunciation group. This is due to differences in:

A

Long-term potentiation

B

Levels of Processing

C

Sensory memory

D

Attention

E

Implicit Memory

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