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Lecture 36

PSYCH 2H03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Implicit Memory, Tachistoscope, Explicit Memory


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYCH 2H03
Professor
Ellen Maclellan
Lecture
36

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Lecture 36 Implicit memory
Jacoby, 1983:
- Three different learning conditions
o (1) no context condition
see XXX and a word
read word aloud
low conceptual, high perceptual
o (2) context
see two antonyms (ex: hot,cold)
read second one
o (3) generate
see a word
generate an antonym and say it aloud
conceptual task* (focus on meaning of word in order to form an answer)
high conceptual, low perceptual
- two different kinds of memory tests
o (1) conceptual
direct explicit memory test
recognition test old-new decisions (ex: dark and cold are old words)
o (2)perceptual
indirect implicit memory test
tachistoscopic identification (identify briefly presented words)
results:
- all participants engaged in same study, partook in different conditions
- from levels of processing perspective: no contet condition = shallow processing, generate
condition = deep processing
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