explicit memory


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explicit memory

[ik‚splis·ət ′mem·rē]
(psychology)
A type of memory that has the self as the agent or experiencer of the event in question and requires conscious recall; for example, memory of facts, episodes, and images. Also known as declarative memory.
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Since this initial study, several other cases of amnesiac patients, with lesions in the MTL, and related explicit memory deficits, have been reported (Insausti, Annese, Amaral, & Squire, 2013; Rempel-Clower, Zola, Squire, & Amaral, 1996; Smith, Urgolites, Hopkins, & Squire, 2013).
16,17) This is the first case we are aware of that has such discrete lesions in two different locations (globus pallidus and hippocampus) that correlate with clinical deficits in explicit memory (hippocampus) and procedural memory (globus pallidus).
Adriana's explicit memory of the emotional and physical abuse at the hands of Gerardo also triggers incorporative memories that remind Adriana how traditional patriarchal gender roles in Mexico can devalue women.
This system also helps in improving the memory of a child since as discussed earlier that pictorial representations help in storing data in explicit memory.
2009) assert that the explicit memory (composed by fragments of information connected by the encoding process) brings representations which are related in the space-time context, forming associations of ideas, concepts and past events.
As to the context of in-game advertising, many studies on explicit memory (a person's conscious recollection of information) and implicit memory (a person's unconscious recollection of information) have been carried out (see, e.
Explicit memory is the conscious intentional recollection of previous experiences and information, and includes factual, episodic, autobiographical, and narrative forms.
This is why Evans cites the studies on implicit and explicit memory systems (Chapter 3) and neurological studies (178-81).
Explicit memory is best described as remembering; a patient with explicit recall may remember hearing conversations or sounds during the operation which can be recalled later.
In the other, the subjects were told to use words from the colour task to complete the fragments, employing explicit memory.
Explicit memory pertains to conscious recollections and may be tested with measures such as free recall and cued recall of previously-presented stimuli.

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