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implicit

(ĭm-plĭ′sĭt) [L. implicare, to enfold, to involve]
1. Implied.
2. Contained inside something.
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You were saying, signora," said Albert, who was paying the most implicit attention to the recital, "that the garrison of Yanina, fatigued with long service" --
Children's alcohol cognitions prior to drinking onset: discrepant patterns from implicit and explicit measures.
Empathy May Curb Bias: Two Studies of the Effects of News Stories on Implicit Attitudes toward African Americans and Native Americans," Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice 9(2): 11-27.
Team coordination incorporates explicit and implicit coordination mechanisms and patterns (Rico, Sanchez-Manzanares, Gil, & Gibson, 2008; Wittenbaum, Stasser, & Merry, 1996).
Therefore, we investigated the extent to which implicit associations--which have not been studied in relation to the hypothetical bias--account for the gap between individuals' willingness to pay (WTP) in hypothetical and real auctions.
com)-- You may have already come across such abbreviations as IAT (Implicit Association Test), IRT (Implicit Reaction Time test), SPT (Semantic Priming Task) as well as such notions as priming test, implicit memory, implicit attitude, etc.
As social movements and policing scandals have shown how far from being "postracial" we are, the concept of implicit bias has taken center stage in the national conversation about race.
The rate of interest on the FRB, 2020 was set at average rate (rounded off up to two decimal places) of the implicit yields at the cut-off prices of the last three auctions of Government of India 182 day Treasury Bills held up to period preceding the coupon reset date, which is December 21.
Implicit Theories: The Role and Impact of Malleable Mindsets
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have, for the first time, identified neural signatures of explicit and implicit learning.
The emergence of the study on implicit memory definitely impacted the literature about human memory.
Enhancing human performance for tasks involving predictive relationships, as well as tasks that do not involve predictive relationships, have been of great interest to researchers investigating the utility of implicit versus explicit learning processes and the utility of physical practice versus mental practice.