The role of attention and study time in explicit and implicit memory for unfamiliar visual stimuli.

Abstract

The effects of limited attentional resources and study time on explicit and implicit memory were studied using Schacter and Cooper's possible and impossible objects in their recognition and object decision paradigm. In one experiment, when attention at study was limited by a flanking digits procedure, object recognition was diminished but object decision… (More)

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@article{GanorStern1998TheRO, title={The role of attention and study time in explicit and implicit memory for unfamiliar visual stimuli.}, author={D Ganor-Stern and John G. Seamon and Marisa Carrasco}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={1998}, volume={26 6}, pages={1187-95} }