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Rethinking Implicit Memory

Edited by Jeffrey S Bowers and Chad S Marsolek

Implicit memory can be characterized as the influence of a previously memorized piece of information on a task, without the explicit or deliberate attempt to recall the memory. This volume is unique in presenting a whole new approach to understanding one of the most exciting and important issues in psychology and neuroscience. Written for postgraduate students and researchers in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, this is a book that will have a great influence on the direction that future research in this field takes.

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