Implicit serial learning: questions inspired by Hebb (1961).

Abstract

Implicit serial learning occurs when indirect measures such as transfer reveal learning of a repeating sequence even when subjects are not informed of the repeating sequence, are not asked to learn it, and do not become of aware of it. This phenomenon is reminiscent of an experiment by Hebb (1961), who studied the repetition of sequences in a serial recall… (More)

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@article{Stadler1993ImplicitSL, title={Implicit serial learning: questions inspired by Hebb (1961).}, author={Michael A. Stadler}, journal={Memory & cognition}, year={1993}, volume={21 6}, pages={819-27} }