However, the availability of an implicit memory
system suggests that we have a template within our brain for the paradox of experiencing ourselves in the third person.
Traumatic experiences in these situations are encoded in an emotional, bodily type of memory called implicit memory
Studies of implicit memory
during anaesthesia in children have been largely opportunistic, resulting in a lack of standardisation in study methodology and non-comparable findings (1).
Strong intuition is developed when the Brain's Remote Implicit Memory
(BRIM) is accessed and enhanced through practice and immersion.
The process by which encoding of memories in the central nervous system (CNS) occurs is still theoretical though scientists know that specific types of memory make it into LTM, The types of memory that become encoded are declarative memory, which is made up of episodic and semantic memory and, procedural or implicit memory
In the adult literature, different aspects of object constancy have been assessed using explicit and implicit memory
refers to retention of the processes that are involved in performing tasks such as automatic skills and habits (Cermak, 1990).
candidate Lila Elkhadem, explicit and implicit memory
skills were compared in 15 children with type 1 diabetes and 17 healthy controls (mean age between 11 and 12 years).
involves evidence of the retention of information, as inferred from its influences on behavior (usually in a priming paradigm), whether or not one can consciously access that information.
Similarly, investigations of context-dependent implicit memory
have shown contrasting results (cf.
When subjects successfully perform implicit memory
tests, they may use information from previous tasks without being aware that they have done so.
The psychologists exploring implicit memory
, however, often regard the power of unconscious processes as fairly crude and limited.