Inductive reasoning and implicit memory: evidence from intact and impaired memory systems

@article{Girelli2004InductiveRA,
  title={Inductive reasoning and implicit memory: evidence from intact and impaired memory systems},
  author={Luisa Girelli and Carlo Semenza and Margarete Delazer},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={926-938}
}
In this study, we modified a classic problem solving task, number series completion, in order to explore the contribution of implicit memory to inductive reasoning. Participants were required to complete number series sharing the same underlying algorithm (e.g., +2), differing in both constituent elements (e.g., 2468 versus 57911) and correct answers (e.g., 10 versus 13). In Experiment 1, reliable priming effects emerged, whether primes and targets were separated by four or ten fillers… CONTINUE READING
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