Implicit Memory

Implicit Memory

Implicit memory, also known as non-declarative memory, involves recollection of skills, things you know how to do, preferences, etc., that you don’t need to recall consciously. For example, if you know how to ride a bike and you can do so without having to think about it, you are demonstrating implicit memory.

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