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Direct tasks, such as free recall, cued recall and recognition, request subjects to intentionally recollect a previously experienced event. In contrast, indirect retrieval is revealed when prior exposure to an event facilitates performance without intent. g. g. stale, snack, stamp). The increased probability of a subject selecting, or responding faster to a target stimulus under indirect conditions is referred to as repetition priming. AD is characterized by profound impairments on all direct tests of memory which is assumed to reflect a deficit in the use of controlled memory processes (Jorm, 1986; Morris and Kopelman, 1986; Salmon, 2000).
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