Linking Implicit and Explicit Memory: Common Encoding Factors and Shared Representations

@article{TurkBrowne2006LinkingIA,
  title={Linking Implicit and Explicit Memory: Common Encoding Factors and Shared Representations},
  author={Nicholas B. Turk-Browne and Do-Joon Yi and Marvin M. Chun},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2006},
  volume={49},
  pages={917-927}
}
Dissociations between implicit and explicit memory have featured prominently in theories of human memory. However, similarities between the two forms of memory have been less studied. One open question concerns whether implicit and explicit memory share encoding resources. To explore this question, we employed a subsequent memory design in which several novel scenes were repeated once during an fMRI session and explicit memory for the scenes was unexpectedly tested afterward. Subsequently… CONTINUE READING
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