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Implicit cognition refers to unconscious influences such as knowledge, perception, or memory, that influence a person's behavior, even though they themselves have no conscious awareness whatsoever of those influences.
- Underwood, Geoffery D.M., Implicit Cognition, Oxford University Press, 1996.
- Stacy, Alan W. and Wiers, Reinout W. Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction, Sage Publications, Inc., 2006
- Implicit Cognition and Consciousness in Scientific Speculation and Development by Amy Ione (Retrieved January 30, 2008)
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