Differences in incidental and intentional learning of sensorimotor sequences as revealed by event-related brain potentials.

@article{Rsseler2003DifferencesII,
  title={Differences in incidental and intentional learning of sensorimotor sequences as revealed by event-related brain potentials.},
  author={Jascha R{\"u}sseler and Erwin Hennighausen and Thomas F. M{\"u}nte and Frank R{\"o}sler},
  journal={Brain research. Cognitive brain research},
  year={2003},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={116-26}
}
The present study investigated differences in sequential learning between subjects who were or were not informed of the presence of a repeating sequence (intentional or incidental group, respectively). Subjects had to learn a 16-letter-long repeating sequence that was irregularly disrupted by deviating stimuli. Reaction times indicated that both groups learned the sequential regularities. Intentional learners showed a larger learning effect. Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) recorded during… CONTINUE READING

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