ERP evidence for distinct mechanisms of fast and slow visual perceptual learning

  title={ERP evidence for distinct mechanisms of fast and slow visual perceptual learning},
  author={Z. Qu and Yan Song and Y. Ding},
  • Z. Qu, Yan Song, Y. Ding
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuropsychologia
  • Perceptual learning (PL) occurs not only within the first training session but also between sessions. Once acquired, the learning effects can last for a long time. By examining the time course of learning-associated ERP changes, this study explores whether fast and slow visual PL contribute to long-term preservation. Subjects first participated in a visual task for three training sessions, and were then given one test session six months later. ERP results showed that fast learning effects, as… CONTINUE READING
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