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    Implicit Memory

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    As exhibited in H.M. and with further research, we have found that the spatial variances are associated with the distinctions between implicit and explicit memory. Implicit memory is the transducing and storing of stimuli that are perceived unconsciously. These memories are also known as learned skills or tasks. Explicit memory is the storage of events and facts (Squire, 1992). Because implicit memory is unconscious and explicit memory is conscious, there are different mechanisms and anatomical locations involved. Explicit memory is known to be centered in the hippocampus whereas implicit is located in the striatum or basal ganglia (Packard & Knowlton, 2002). The mechanism of storing and losing long-term memories has been extensively studied.…

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    Implicit Memory

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    Music’s effects are vast. According to Levitin (2006), the act of listening to music engages every area of the brain and every known neural subsystem, including memory. There are two main types of memory, explicit and implicit (Schacter, 1987; Jancke, 2008; Ettlinger, Margulis, & Wong, 2011). Explicit memory is the conscious recall of information; it is used while memorizing a list of words (Schacter, 1987; Ettlinger et al., 2011). Implicit memory is the unconscious memory that develops over…

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    Implicit Memory

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    "Implicit memory is shown when performing on a task is enabled in the absence of conscious remembrance; explicit memory is unmasked when the performance on a task requires conscious memory of previous occurrences (Graf and Schacter, 1985 in Anderson, 2015) and conveyed in typical tests of cued and free recall and recognition. Event memory loss after an injury is called anterograde amnesia which involves the extended hippocampal complex and the thalamus which helps form new memories (Salnaitis,…

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    rather than focusing on relationships. Generally, most Western cultures are categorized as low-context, while, Asian cultures are seen as high-context (Han, 2003). Although high-context communication may help save face since it provides a less direct approach, however, it may the probability of miscommunication. Since majority of the message is implicit and left unstated. On the other hand, low-context…

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    Cross Modal Experiment

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    Brunel, Vallet & Versace(2009) created a study to examine the effect cross-modal priming presents when interrupted by visual and auditory simulations/masks, in order to prove that the priming effects is contingent to intuition/knowledge. Two experiments were conducted; each consisted of twenty-four students from Lyon 2 University in France, who were all right-handed and had normal/corrected vision. The first experiment focused on visual priming, which consisted of six practice trials and six…

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    understand the impact of a traumatic memory from the past on the present we must first understand what memory is. The act of remembering is something we begin to do subconsciously, it is an innate evolutionary feature adapted for survival. Memory is the mental faculty of retaining and recalling past experiences and we use it in our daily lives without realising.Fundamentally, memory represents a change in who we are. Our habits, our ideologies, our hopes and fears are all influenced by what we…

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    Evolution Of Memory Essay

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    Memory is a very complicated aspect to cognition. There are three types of memory sensory memory, short-term (working) memory, and long-term memory. A significant amount of research has been done each of the types of memory. Long-term memory has been divided into two types of long-term memory; declarative (explicit) memory and nondeclarative (implicit) memory. Declarative or explicit memory includes semantic and episodic memory; these are the memories you know you have and are consciously…

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    referred to as muscle memory, giving the mind mental capacity to train muscles to a consistent action. The purpose of training a motion to be done effortlessly gives an athlete advantages under stress and when trying to expand on a certain element. The muscle memory is completely mental, the brain will pick up the certain actions’ movement after it is repeatedly done. The term “muscle memory” is nonetheless deeply established, perhaps because it serves some key functions to an athlete. Muscle…

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    Ferrand & New, 2003; Neely et al., 1989; Perea & Rosa, 2002a, 2002b; Hutchison, 2003; Lucas, 2000; Neely, 1991), but is less common in cross-language priming (Duyck, 2005; Kroll & Stewart, 1990; Schoonbaert et al., 2007; Chen & Ng, 1989; de Groot & Nas, 1991; Keatley et al. 1994; Schwanenflugel & Rey 1986; Basnight-Brown & Altarriba, 2007). Semantic priming studies offer an investigation of the relationships between two different lexical structures conveying the same meaning (e.g., gato and cat…

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    Our memory is amazing, it is our ability to save, recall and utilize the information we observe with our senses. The information either stored or forgotten, depends on the meaning it 's given, the type, and the associations we make with this information. Different types of information create different memories with different purposes. The very popular explanation of the process that sense information undergoes to become a memory is called the "Three-Step Approach". This approach describes the…

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