"Underwood provides a useful review and current extension of the implicit memory and cognition literature."--Choice
"Thirteen eminent researchers present discussions of different aspects of implicit cognition, a developing area which includes the study of all behavior which is influenced by information not available to consciousness . . . . Each chapter serves as a review of a related set of findings and usefully lists large numbers of references . . . . In the words of Underwood, the chapters 'provide a detailed view of the variety of different approaches currently being used to tackle the problems of justifying the implicit-explicit distinction and in determining the extent of its usefulness.'"--Psychological Reports
About the Author
Geoffrey Underwood is at University of Nottingham.