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Speech Perception and Implicit Memory: Evidence for Detailed Episodic Encoding of Phonetic Events

Lorin Lachs, Kipp Mcmichael and David B. Pisoni

in Rethinking Implicit Memory

Published in print November 2002 | ISBN: 9780192632326
Published online March 2012 | e-ISBN: 9780191670466 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780192632326.003.0010
Speech Perception and Implicit Memory: Evidence for Detailed Episodic Encoding of Phonetic Events

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This chapter begins with a review and discussion of the theoretical and meta-theoretical notions that underlie the traditional, abstractionist characterization of speech perception. Once the traditional framework is described, the chapter moves on to an emerging view of speech processing and memory where both explicit and implicit effects find a unified, straightforward explanation. Finally, it expands this emerging view to show that it is highly compatible with a seamless, undichotomized human memory system that incorporates both implicit and explicit memory components.

Keywords: speech perception; implicit memory; episodic coding; phonetic events; speech processing; memory

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Subjects: Cognitive Psychology

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