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Such cases of ‘‘implicit memory’’ are revealed by indirect memory tests—examples include word-stem completion and word-fragment completion. , MAR___ or DRA___) and asked to complete the stem with the first word that comes to mind. , M _ _ K _ T or _ R A _ _ R). , MARKET, DRAWER) previously, even though the person may be quite unaware that the words are drawn from the studied list. This phenomenon is known as ‘‘priming,’’ and it has typically been found that age differences in tests of priming are much smaller than those found in direct tests (Fleischman and Gabrieli, 1998).
Human memory. In F. I. M. Craik and T. A. , The handbook of aging and cognition, pp. 293–357. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Fergus I. M. Craik formance on the basis of its own experience. Also called learning procedures, methods, or rules, learning algorithms are key components of mathematical models of animal learning and of technological devices engineered to improve their behavior as they operate. Learning algorithms have been studied extensively in artificial intelligence, psychology, computational neuroscience, statistics, and engineering.
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