Implicit Memory and Metacognition

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relies on an inference or attribution regarding various kinds of influences points to no single entity underlying subjective experience. Our strategy has been to unpack the different bases for judgments such as recognition memory and to attempt to understand the heuristics that give rise to various judgments. Errors that result from relying on an availability heuristic or accessibility heuristic are useful for revealing the basis for judgments, but do not reflect a deficient monitor.


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