The Effect of Study Time on Priming Possible and Impossible Figures in the Object Decision Test

@inproceedings{Seamon2002TheEO,
  title={The Effect of Study Time on Priming Possible and Impossible Figures in the Object Decision Test},
  author={John G. Seamon and Marisa Carrasco},
  year={2002}
}
ved considerable attention from researchers during the past decade. Explicit memory is the conscious or intentional retrieval of past experience, whereas implicit memory is the nonconscious or unintentional retrieval of previously acquired information (Graf & Schacter, 1985; Schacter, 1987). Explicit memory is typically measured by direct Psicothema, 1999… CONTINUE READING