Implicit memory involves real facts that someone showed you. When you remember it, you connect data and feelings. Explicit memory is an unconscious recall. You're not completely sure whether the memory is real or not.
Implicit memory is felt. It is much more experiential than factual. It's something someone teaches you for example, but when you remember, it is a little hard to explain what it is. You remember it with a feeling. Explicit memory is based on conscious recall. They are autobiographical either by dates or facts. You really know it.
So we have explicit [blank_start]memory[blank_end] and we have [blank_start]implicit[blank_end] memory
So, explicit memory is conscious [blank_start]recall[blank_end]. You can think of things like what are all the animals that belong on a farm? You could think of cows, chickens, and pigs. You know from your memory what animals belong on a [blank_start]farm[blank_end]. So, these are things that are autobiographical like either by [blank_start]date[blank_end] or just facts, you just [blank_start]know[blank_end].
Implicit memories are [blank_start]felt[blank_end]. They are experiential. They are [blank_start]behaviors[blank_end] and they have more of a feeling tone to them. So, the way you can tell me how to [blank_start]ride[blank_end] a bike, it’s kind of hard to [blank_start]explain[blank_end] it, so learning how to ride a bike is something that you’re taught by someone [blank_start]showing[blank_end] you but you remember it with a feeling. That’s what kind of [blank_start]implicit[blank_end] memory is.