implicit memory


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implicit memory

[im‚plis·ət ′mem·rē]
(psychology)
A type of memory that is expressed through performance, rather than conscious recall, such as information acquired during skill learning, habit formation, classical conditioning, emotional learning, and priming. Also known as nondeclarative memory.
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Implicit memory (m [+ or -] SD) Groups 1st day 3rd day B5 1930.8 [+ or -] 899.61 1165.4 [+ or -] 512.86 B6 996.3 [+ or -] 805.91 811.2 [+ or -] 1078.43 B7 1139.46 [+ or -] 807.66 1271.69 [+ or -] 1031.93 B8 1413.7 [+ or -] 565.86 1343.6 [+ or -] 609.92 B9 547.5 [+ or -] 486.06 1594.1 [+ or -] 1215.16 Implicit Explicit memory (m [+ or -] SD) memory (m [+ or -] SD) Groups P value 1st day 3rd day B5 P<0.05 65.6 [+ or -] 21.56 13.6 [+ or -] 13.51 B6 -- 22.62 [+ or -] 15.24 16.00 [+ or -] 9.49 B7 -- 19.39 [+ or -] 9.19 12.38 [+ or -] 5.25 B8 -- 65.6 [+ or -] 21.56 13.6 [+ or -] 13.51 B9 -- 27.36 [+ or -] 10.90 10.53 [+ or -] 4.87 Explicit memory (m [+ or -] SD) Groups P value B5 P<0.05 B6 -- B7 -- B8 P<0.05 B9 -- Mean [+ or -] Standard deviation: m [+ or -] SD; 1st: First; 3rd: Third.
We aimed to examine whether implicit memory for edible stimuli presented to taste is spared in healthy aging and in MCI.
In addition, we noted that visual attention may have an influence on explicit memory that is different from the influence it has on implicit memory. As already described, a high level of visual attention to sponsorship information means reduced divided attention, as well as stronger encoding of the information about the sponsor, so that consumers' recall (i.e., explicit memory) can vary as a function of the level of their visual attention.
In this regard, fragment theory overlaps with the concept of implicit memory.
Implicit memory, on the other hand, manifests itself in situations in which past experiences influence present task performance, although participants are not instructed in any way to recall those experiences (see Lewandowsky, Dunn, & Kirsner, 1989; Reder, 2014).
When conceptualizing the conflict of losing our implicit memory of God Consciousness and healing this loss, I propose the "archetype" of psychoanalytic and developmental psychology in a psychospiritual form, utilizing object and subject with God Consciousness as "object."
Effects of implicit memory on memory-based versus stimulus-based brand choice.
Effects of implicit memory on explicit recall: Set size and word frequency effects.
Procedural or implicit memory is your ability to use long-term memories as skills.
In any case, the effect is similar: it grounds our experience of the music and gives a distanced perspective to the music, connecting it throughout to our implicit memory of the note being intoned repeatedly, and also allowing the music to speak all the more in those rare moments where the voice drops out for extended periods of time.