Learning of sequential movements in the monkey: process of learning and retention of memory.

@article{Hikosaka1995LearningOS,
  title={Learning of sequential movements in the monkey: process of learning and retention of memory.},
  author={Okihide Hikosaka and Miya K. Rand and Shigehiro Miyachi and Kiyotaka Miyashita},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={74 4},
  pages={1652-61}
}
1. To characterize procedural learning and memory, we devised a behavioral paradigm that allows us to examine the process of learning of new procedures, repeatedly and without serious difficulties for primate subjects. We trained two monkeys to perform a sequential button press task. Upon pressing of a home key, 2 of 16 (4 x 4 matrix) light-emitting diode (LED) buttons (called "set") were illuminated simultaneously, and the monkey had to press them in a predetermined order that he had to find… CONTINUE READING
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