Midazolam-induced amnesia: implications for the implicit/explicit memory distinction.


In order to examine how the distinction between implicit and explicit memory might relate to theories regarding the organization of memory, two types of memory tests were administered in conjunction with the amnesia-inducing benzodiazepine midazolam. Performance on an implicit task (perceptual facilitation in identifying degraded pictures and words) was… (More)


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