The relationship between implicit memory and implicit learning
Berry, D. C. and Dienes, Z. (1991) The relationship between implicit memory and implicit learning. British Journal of Psychology , 82 (3). pp. 359-373. ISSN 0007-1269
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Two distinctions in the human learning literature are becoming increasingly influential; implicit versus explicit memory, and implicit versus explicit learning, respectively. To date, these distinctions have been used to refer to apparently different phenomena. Recent research suggests, however, that the same processes may be underlying performance in the two types of task. This paper reviews recent results in the two areas and suggests ways in which the two distinctions may be related.
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