Learning complex sequences: no role for observation? View Full Text


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DATE

2001-02

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Stephen W. Kelly, A. Mike Burton

ABSTRACT

Two experiments examined performance in a sequence learning task. Participants were trained on a repeating sequence which was presented as a visual display and learning was measured via the increase in reaction time to respond to a new sequence. Some participants made a response to each stimulus while others merely observed the sequence. In Experiment 1 participants responding to the display via a keypress showed learning, but those merely observing did not. Five possible reasons for the failure to find observational learning were considered and the Experiment 2 attempted to resolve these. This second experiment confirmed the findings of Experiment 1 in a non-spatial sequence display using a cover story which encouraged attention to the display but not rule-search strategies. The results are discussed in relation to applied and theoretical aspects of implicit learning. More... »

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15-23

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s004260000034

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11505608


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