aided recall

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In market research, a technique to determine how well an advertisement is recalled by a subject prompted with hints or clues. In contrast, unaided recall elicits subjects' recollections of a specific ad without prompting: for example, by asking them to recall any ads to which they had been exposed within the last 24 hours. See also ad retention.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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