After teresa was verbally threatened by someone in a passing car, she was asked whether she recognized the man who was driving the car. several hours later, teresa mistakenly recalled that the driver was a male rather than a female. teresa's experience best . implicit memoryb. proactive interferencec. the misinformation effect. d. the testing effect
opportunities for single women in the late 1800’s included: working a factory job, working in retail, working in an office, mandatory education for both genders (including higher education in universities), organizations pushing for women’s rights (especially for the right to vote, or suffrage) but the majority of women who were married were running a household as a wife (often the spouse of a farmer).
the correct answer is d. overall of standard living !
two modern versions of the telegraph are email and text, both enabled by cell phones and computers. the telegraph was a device used to send telegrams, or messages using morse code in the fastest way possible at the time. now, we have email and text which reach their receivers almost instantly. in the future, we could potentially have a way to contact people via some sort of, perhaps, mind-link. it would be a device that is either worn on the head or implanted in the brain, and it would act like stephen hawking's thought-to-speech machine, except it would take your thoughts and transcribe them to the designated receiver.