Implicit memory. Retention without remembering.

  title={Implicit memory. Retention without remembering.},
  author={Henry Roediger},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  volume={45 9},
Explicit measures of human memory, such as recall or recognition, reflect conscious recollection of the past. Implicit tests of retention measure transfer (or priming) from past experience on tasks that do not require conscious recollection of recent experiences for their performance. The article reviews research on the relation between explicit and implicit memory. The evidence points to substantial differences between standard explicit and implicit tests, because many variables create… CONTINUE READING
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