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Implicit learning, confidence, and processing strategies.

Johansson, Tobias LU (2005) European Society of Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP)
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confidence., Implicit learning, artificial grammar learning, implicit knowledge
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European Society of Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP)
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Lund, Sweden
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2005-08-11 - 2005-08-14
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English
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Two perspectives regarding the role of subjective measures of awareness as indicators of the implicit status of knowledge in artificial grammar learning are introduced and discussed. The subjective view (Dienes & Perner, 1999) holds that subjective measures of awareness based on confidence judgments may be valid indicators of the implicit status of knowledge, while the episodic-processing view (Whittlesea & Dorken, 1997) claims the opposite. The latter view holds that the attitude one develops toward oneĀ“s performance is not reducible to the implicit or explicit status of the representations that drive performance. Rather, the attitude one develops is a result of various factors during both learning and testing. Future research should focus on how processing strategies and expectational factors are related to subjective measures of awareness based on confidence judgments.
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8db3cf52-f94e-4984-9b87-a2b27e22d428 (old id 986688)
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  author       = {Johansson, Tobias},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Implicit learning, confidence, and processing strategies.},
  year         = {2005},
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