Implicit Memory - Evidence For The Separation of Implicit and Explicit Memory

Evidence For The Separation of Implicit and Explicit Memory

Evidence strongly suggests that implicit memory is largely distinct from explicit memory and operates through a different process in the brain. Recently, interest has been directed towards studying these differences, most notably by studying amnesic patients and the effect of priming.

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... Besides the study of amnesic patients, other evidence also indicates a separation between implicit and explicit memory ... Basic patterns that exist for explicit memory development do not apply to implicit memory, implying that the two are two different processes ... of development, do not exhibit the same increase in performance in implicit memory tasks the way they always do with explicit memory tasks ...

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