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Memory for facts, and that can be intentionally articulated in some manner.
Learning and Memory
RPoldrack about six years ago.

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Tasks that are asserted to measure declarative memory

TaskContrast Measure

delayed nonmatch to sample task
  • percent correct
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delayed recall test
  • number of correctly recalled items
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  • percent intrusions
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paired associate learning
  • percent correct
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  • response time
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acquired equivalence
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    Transitive inference task
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      Children's Memory Scale
      • general memory
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      immediate recall test
      • number or percentage of words remembered
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      Term History

      REVISION 2

      Definition contributed by TDavis about six years ago:Memory for facts, and that can be intentionally articulated in some manner.

      REVISION 1

      Definition contributed by ALenartowicz about nine years ago:Memory for facts, and that can be consciously articulated such as by recall or recognition.

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