Implicit Memory: Theoretical Issues

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Psychology Press, 1989 - Psychology - 338 pages
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The first to focus exclusively on implicit memory research, this book documents the proceedings of a meeting held in Perth, Australia where leading researchers in the field exchanged ideas, data, and predictions about theoretical issues. In addition to reporting new information on a variety of topics, integrating previous findings, and proposing new theoretical approaches to implicit memory, the book also contains critical commentaries by highly regarded area specialists.
 

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Contents

THE ROLE OF THEORY IN UNDERSTANDING
3
TASK OR PROCESS?
17
ON CONSCIOUSNESS RECALL RECOGNITION
33
DOMAINSPECIFIC RESOURCES IN WORD
99
FLUENT REPROCESSING AS AN IMPLICIT
123
EPISODICALLY UNIQUE AND GENERALIZED
139
ARE IMPLICIT AND EXPLICIT TESTS
159
IMPLICIT MEMORY AND THE ENACTMENT
173
COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN
199
THE DEVELOPMENT AND NATURE OF IMPLICIT
231
SOURCES OF LEARNING IN THE PICTURE
259
IMPLICIT MEMORY AND THE FUNCTIONAL
285
REFERENCES
299
AUTHOR INDEX
325
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