Priming means facilitating the retrieval of an implicit memory by using cues to activate hidden memories.

Likewise, Priming means activating particular associations in memory; facilitat ion of a response because of a previous experience; for example, prior presentation of a word speeds later reading of the same word.
Other /More definition:
Priming refers to the process by which recent experiences increase a trait's accessibility.

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