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Memory acquired through experience and which can not be consciously articulated (such as by recall or recognition). This type of memory includes priming, conditioning, skill-acquisition, and habits.

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Asserted relationships to other concepts

nondeclarative memory
is a kind of

  • long-term memory
  • nondeclarative memory
    is a part of

    No associations
    are a kind of
    nondeclarative memory

  • procedural memory
  • are a part of
    nondeclarative memory

    No associations

    Tasks that are asserted to measure nondeclarative memory

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