Graded representations in behavioral dissociations.

@article{Munakata2001GradedRI,
  title={Graded representations in behavioral dissociations.},
  author={Yuko Munakata},
  journal={Trends in cognitive sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={5 7},
  pages={309-315}
}
Why do people sometimes seem to know things when they are tested in one way, while seeming unaware of this information when tested in a different way? Such task-dependent behaviors, or dissociations, often occur in infants and children, and in adults following brain damage. To explain these dissociations, researchers have posited separable knowledge systems that are differentially tapped by various tasks, develop at different rates and can be selectively impaired. There is an alternative… CONTINUE READING
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