Generalized Perceptual Learning in the Absence of Sensory Adaptation

@article{Harris2012GeneralizedPL,
  title={Generalized Perceptual Learning in the Absence of Sensory Adaptation},
  author={Hila Harris and Michael Gliksberg and D. Sagi},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={1813-1817}
}
Repeated performance of visual tasks leads to long-lasting increased sensitivity to the trained stimulus, a phenomenon termed perceptual learning. A ubiquitous property of visual learning is specificity: performance improvement obtained during training applies only for the trained stimulus features, which are thought to be encoded in sensory brain regions… CONTINUE READING