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Elaine S. Barry - associate professor of human development and family studies, Penn State Fayette, The Eberly College

Book Title: Implicit Memory: Theoretical Issues

Author: Stephan Lewandowsky, John C. Dunn, and Kim Kirsner, editors

Book Description:

Although I cannot remember exactly when during graduate school, or why I first became interested in implicit memory, I do know that this was one of the first books on the subject that I read. Although it had already been in print at least seven years when I first enjoyed it, I believed it would become a classic on the subject. Indeed, it is still highly cited today in work on implicit memory. The writing is clear, the coverage broad, and the authorship well chosen. As I write this I note that the library's only current copy is checked out. I hope that someone else is finding this book and its subject as fascinating and informative as I have.


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