Learning a keying sequence you never executed: evidence for independent associative and motor chunk learning.

@article{Verwey2014LearningAK,
  title={Learning a keying sequence you never executed: evidence for independent associative and motor chunk learning.},
  author={Willem B. Verwey and David D. Wright},
  journal={Acta psychologica},
  year={2014},
  volume={151},
  pages={24-31}
}
A substantial amount of research has addressed how people learn and control movement sequences. Recent results suggested that practice with discrete key pressing sequences results in two types of sequence learning: associative learning and motor chunk development (Verwey & Abrahamse, 2012). In the present study, we addressed whether in keying sequences of limited length associative learning develops also when the use of the chunking mode is prevented by introducing during practice random… CONTINUE READING

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