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Not knowing that you know

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There is a word that means this, but i dont remember what it is. Does anyone know?

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Aphasia, maybe?

Or maybe 'Carl'?

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no

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Pretty sure it's "Carl".

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I know it, but I don't know it.

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The first is that for which the move to "not knowing that you know" or "unconscious competence" is the highest stage of development. See the Learning Curve page. This applies to the basic skills of driving, or knitting; the kind of thing you can "do without thinking".

http://www.doceo.co.uk/tools/knowing.htm

I don't know the word, but is this what you mean?

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Repression?

Repressed Memories:

"The existence of repressed memories is a controversial topic in psychology; some studies have concluded that it can occur in victims of trauma while others dispute it. According to some psychologists, repressed memories can be recovered through therapy. Other psychologists argue that this is in fact rather a process through which false memories are created by blending actual memories and outside influences. Furthermore, some psychologists believe that repressed memories are a cultural symptom because there is no written proof of their existence before the nineteenth century.[2]

According to the American Psychological Association, it is not currently possible to distinguish a true repressed memory from a false one without corroborating evidence.[1]"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repressed_memory#Criticisms

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