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Explicit and Implicit Memory

Explicit and Implicit Memory

Author: Laura Riness

This lesson will distinguish explicit memory from implicit memory and examine the role priming plays in the process of memory.

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Terms to Know
Explicit Memory

Long-term memory of factual information, like words, numbers, and symbols; a.k.a. declarative memory.

Implicit Memory

Long-term memory of actions and skills, or how to do certain things; a.k.a. procedural memory.


Giving limited clues to activate unconscious memories and test implicit memory.