Implicit memory: Memory characterized by a lack of conscious awareness in the act of recollection. By contrast, explicit memory requires conscious recollection of previous experience.
Implicit memory may survive largely unimpaired at the same time as a person's powers of explicit memory decline with age or are devastated in Alzheimer disease.
A type of memory that is expressed through performance, rather than conscious recall, such as information acquired during skill learning, habit formation, classical ...
Implicit memory refers to the expression of past events on current behavior when people are not trying to retrieve these past events and when they are usually not ...
Implicit vs. Explicit Memory. Certain forms of memory do not require conscious executive control. An example is remembering how to brush your teeth.
John F. Kihlstrom University of California, Berkeley: Jennifer Dorfman Northwestern University: Lillian Park University of California, Berkeley
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