An Individual's implicit memory refers to the unconscious "memory" of previously acquired information without conscious participation or deliberate recall. (Graf, Schacter,1985) For example, a strange name popped up in your mind, and when you search it online, you find that it is the name of a restaurant thousands of miles away – what a coincidence! But the truth is, you must have heard the name sometime before that it leads to the creation of your implicit memory, you don't even know it.
As mentioned in Assignment 2, Signal Detection Experiment (SDE) can extract and evaluate one's sensitivity (d'). Therefore, SDE is a suitable choice for verifying implicit memory by finding out the connection between d' and implicit stimulation.
For details, you can check: Comparing direct (explicit) and indirect (implicit) measures to study unconscious memory.
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Philip M. Merikle, Eyal M. Reingold. Comparing direct (explicit) and indirect (implicit) measures to study unconscious memory. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 17: 224-233[J]. Journal of Experimental Psychology Learning Memory & Cognition, 1991, 17(2):224-233.
Graf P, Schacter DL. Implicit and explicit memory for new associations in normal and amnesic subjects. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 1985 Jul;11(3):501-18. doi: 10.1037//0278-7318.104.22.1681. PMID: 3160813.