Directed remembering: subliminal cues alter nonconscious memory strategies.

  title={Directed remembering: subliminal cues alter nonconscious memory strategies.},
  author={Jason P. Mitchell and C. Neil Macrae and Jonathan W. Schooler and Angela C. Rowe and Alan B. Milne},
  volume={10 5-6},
Much research on memory function has focused on changes in recognition performance brought about by differences in the processes engaged during encoding. In most of this work, participants either receive explicit instructions to remember particular items or they perform orienting (i.e., encoding) tasks that support different levels of memory performance. In daily life, however, the retention or dismissal of information often occurs without conscious intent, thereby suggesting an alternative… CONTINUE READING

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