Definitions for "Implicit memory"
A form of memory in which a person shows improved performance without any conscious awareness of recall. (See Explicit Memory)
The process by which people show an enhancement of memory, most often through behavior, without deliberate effort and without any awareness that they are remembering anything. go to glossary index
Long-term memory, generally of motor skills, habits, and procedures, that does not require conscious recall; sometimes called procedural memory. Compare explicit memory. (207)