Dissociation between intentional and incidental sequence learning in Huntington's disease.

  title={Dissociation between intentional and incidental sequence learning in Huntington's disease.},
  author={Richard Gendal Brown and Luis Redondo-Verg{\'e} and Joan Rojo Chacon and Michael L Lucas and Shelley Channon},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  volume={124 Pt 11},
The ability to acquire and act upon serial order information is fundamental to almost all forms of adaptive behaviour. There is growing evidence that such knowledge may be acquired through a number of different means, each perhaps with its own neuronal substrate. One major distinction is between serial order information acquired intentionally and leading to explicit conscious knowledge of the sequence structure, and information acquired incidentally through experience. While this latter form of… CONTINUE READING


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