HM_implicit_post - IMPLICIT MEMORY A HIDDEN WORLD Tasks and...

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IMPLICIT MEMORY: A “HIDDEN WORLD?” Tasks and terms “indirect” (vs. direct) memory tests : no memory judgments; assess effects of prior exposure on Fragment completion Perceptual identification Repetition and “feature” priming Other decisions and actions Implicit (vs. explicit) memory: the memory systems and/ or processes that (largely) mediate performance in indirect memory tests Contrast to: Incidental learning: no reference to memory test during study Implicit learning: of patterns or correlations without intent or awareness
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Anecdotal Examples of Implicit Memory Cases of “unconscious plagiarism” George Harrison and the Chiffons Freud’s “discovery” of universal bisexuality, and Fliess’ reaction Use of expert knowledge Peter Bonyhard: helped IBM develop mag-resist disk drives, barred from working with competitor Seagate Implicit memory for traumatic events Amnesia for rape on a brick path, but words “brick” and “path” come to mind Global amnesia, home is unfamiliar, but “recently dreamed of that house” Implicit memory for words spoken during anesthesia Kilstrohm & Schacter (1990)
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THE SEARCH FOR DISSOCIATIONS
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