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Arth R.R. Pahwa, Dylan J. Miller, Jeremy B. Caplan and David F. Collins

subjective perception of level of exertion while playing Sudoku. PAL Task The PAL test was selected as this cued recall task is hippocampal dependent, while similar associative recognition tasks may not be ( Caplan & Madan, 2016 ; Mayes, Montaldi, & Migo, 2007 ). One hundred and sixty words were

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Nicolas Farina, Laura J. Hughes, Amber Watts and Ruth G. Lowry

suited for people with dementia, including: c. Use of prompts, cued recall, or recognition (rather than spontaneous recall). d. Use of more general questions about physical habits, rather than the recall of specific activities based on their duration and timing. Avoiding the recall of more specific

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Daniel M. Smith and Sarah E. Martiny

activation. Taken together this means that stereotypes can be activated by a broad variety of situational cues. Recalling that stereotypes consist of two parts, a group part and a trait part, these cues can either target just one of the two parts of the stereotype (subtle activation) or both of them (blatant