P. P. Grigal

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Serial learning at its earlier stages, presumably involving the working memory, was studied in adults and seven- to eight-year-old children during the reproduction of a sequence of discrete movements following the order specified by a sequence of visual stimuli. In both age groups, the learning curves (latent time vs. trial number) were qualitatively(More)
The serial learning at its earlier stages that presumably involve working memory was studied in adults and children of 7-8 who were reproducing a sequences of discrete movements following the order given by a sequence of visual stimuli. In both age groups, the learning curves (latent time vs. trial number) were qualitatively similar in shape. The overall(More)
In this work, we studied the inter-individual variants at the early stage of serial learning in the sequence reproduction task where subjects were asked to produce a sequence of movements whose serial order was given by the sequence of visual stimuli. A total of 20 adults participated in the experiment where, besides the sequence reproduction task, each(More)
Individual characteristics of the initial stage of sequence learning were studied in a task consisting of reproducing a sequence of movements specified by a sequence of visual stimuli. A total of 20 adult subjects took part in the study; along with the sequence reproduction task, the subjects performed a simple visuomotor reaction, a selection task, and a(More)
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