Anterograde amnesia interferes with many memory processes such as
a. focusing attention.
c. encoding sensory input.
d. all of these.
Anterograde amnesia refers to one of the memory loss troubles, alongside retrograde amnesia, which can actually both co-occur. These may occur from brain injury, or even from drinking alcohol too fast.
Answer and Explanation:
The correct answer is c. encoding sensory input.
People with anterograde amnesia have difficulty encoding the declarative information from sensory input into memory. They retain the ability to focus attention or to rehearse information.
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