Glossary I

Implicit Attitudes Measures refer to tests that measure a person's attitudes, example, about race, without the person's Awareness of what is being measured.

- Implicit Attitudes Test (IAT) : Implicit Attitudes Test (IAT ) refers to a method of measuring biological and psychological reaction time when a pair of values are presented
Implicit cognition refers to thought that occurs without awareness that one is thinking.

Implicit encoding refers to a principle of imagery that holds mental imagery is used in retrieving information about physical properties of objects, or of physical relationships among objects, that may not have been explicitly encoded.

Implicit intergroup bias refer to distorted judgments about members of a group based on a stereotype , which can occur without the person’s awareness

- Implicit Leadership Theories (ILTs) : Implicit Leadership Theories (ILTs) refer to group members’ taken-for-granted assumptions about the traits , characteristics, and qualities that distinguish leaders from the people they lead.

Implicit learning refers to Learning that occurs without explicit awareness of what has been learned.
Implicit memory refers to a memory that a person does not know exists; a memory that is retrieved unconsciously; memory that is not deliberate or conscious, but exhibits evidence of prior experience. Moreover, Implicit memory is demonstrated by means whereby conscious awareness is not always necessary, such as implicit priming, skill learning , and conditioning; memory not involving conscious recollection. When we recollect something but are not consciously aware that we are trying to do so. (see Explicit memory)