Disconducive

Dis`con`du´cive


a.1.Not conductive; impeding; disadvantageous.
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Persons doing well in terms of short-term memory are successfully employing active rehearsal of the material, a strategy assumed to be disconducive to responding to extrasensory material, while persons doing poorly in the memory test may not be so cognitively occupied and should be more likely to be open to implicit (including extrasensory) material.