中華心理學刊 民 91，44 卷，1 期，1-11
Chinese Journal of Psychology 2002, Vol.44, No.1, 1-11
Yuh-Shiow Lee（Department of Psychology, National Chung-Cheng University）
This study examined the applicability of the process-dissociation procedure in the category-production task. Both the independence assumption and the consistency assumption were addressed by examining if there were a paradoxical dissociation and differences in the base rate between the inclusion and exclusion conditions as well as across different levels of processing manipulation. Two levels of processing, physical and semantic, and the typicality of target words were manipulated in Experiment 1. Results showed paradoxical dissociations and significant differences in the base rate between conditions, suggesting a violation of the independence and the consistency assumptions. Experiment 2 used a different set of materials and found that when the assumptions were met, the level of processing manipulation had an effect only on the conscious memory, and had no effect on the unconscious influence of memory.
Keywords：Category-production task, Process-dissociation procedure, Implicit memory