Exam 3

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The ability to learn something without any conscious memory of having learned it suggests the need to distinguish between
a proactive interference and retroactive interference
b. short-term memory and long-term memory
c. recognition and recall
d. explicit memory and implicit memory

Answer:
d. explicit memory and implicit memory

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