Explicit memory refers to the deliberate recall of information that one recognizes as a memory, detectable by direct testing such as asking a person to describe a past event.
Memories that are available to conscious awareness and can be directly assessed by tests of recall or recognition memory; see also declarative memory ; contrast with implicit memory. the deliberate, intentional and conscious remembering of information that is learned and remembered at a specific time
Explicit memory refers to a memory that a person is aware of having; a memory that is consciously retrieve, recalled and verbalized. Moreover, Explicit memory refers to a memory that depends on conscious recollection. (see Implicit memory)
Explicit memory refers to a memory that depends on conscious recollection (see Implicit memory)