An abbreviated implicit spatial context learning task that yields greater learning.

@article{Bennett2009AnAI,
  title={An abbreviated implicit spatial context learning task that yields greater learning.},
  author={Ilana J. Bennett and Kelly Anne Barnes and Darlene V. Howard},
  journal={Behavior research methods},
  year={2009},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          391-5
        }
}
The spatial contextual cuing task (SCCT) (Chun & Jiang, 1998) is an implicit learning task that appears to depend on the medial temporal lobes. This unusual combination has been of interest in functional imaging studies and research with clinical populations, where testing time is at a premium. However, the original version of the SCCT is time-consuming. In this study, 29 young adults (age range, 18-22 years) completed the SCCT, in which participants respond to the orientation of a target in… CONTINUE READING
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