Material-independent and material-specific activation in functional MRI after perceptual learning.

@article{Mundy2009MaterialindependentAM,
  title={Material-independent and material-specific activation in functional MRI after perceptual learning.},
  author={Matthew Mundy and Robert C. Honey and Paul E. Downing and Richard G. Wise and Kim S. Graham and Dominic M Dwyer},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2009},
  volume={20 16},
  pages={1397-401}
}
Schedule of exposure to similar stimuli contributes to the degree of perceptual learning over and above the amount of exposure in a variety of species and stimuli. In an event-related functional MRI study, investigating schedule and stimulus effects in perceptual learning, we found that intermixed presentation (A, B, A, B ...) resulted in better subsequent discrimination than blocked presentation (C, C ... D, D ...) for face and checkerboard stimuli, despite being matched for the number of… CONTINUE READING

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