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Cathy L. McEvoy & Douglas L. Nelson

In: Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction

Chapter 5: Measuring, Manipulating, and Modeling the Unconscious Influences of Prior Experience on Memory for Recent Experiences

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Measuring, Manipulating, and Modeling the Unconscious Influences of Prior Experience on Memory for Recent Experiences
Measuring, manipulating, and modeling the unconscious influences of prior experience on memory for recent experiences

Abstract: Understanding an individual's current behavior demands that we consider the prior experiences of the person in the same or similar contexts. These prior experiences leave memory traces that can implicitly influence how new experiences are interpreted and remembered. In this chapter, we describe how researchers use implicit measures of memory to explore these influences. We include the method of savings, indirect test instructions, the process dissociation procedure, and the PIER2 model of cued recall that formalizes the influence of unconscious processes on the conscious retrieval of recently experienced events. We discuss how memories that may ...

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