Negative priming in the SRT task: Learning of irrelevant sequences is enhanced by concurrent learning of relevant sequences

@inproceedings{Deroost2008NegativePI,
  title={Negative priming in the SRT task: Learning of irrelevant sequences is enhanced by concurrent learning of relevant sequences},
  author={Natacha Deroost and Peter Zeischka and Eric Soetens},
  year={2008}
}
We investigated negative priming (NP) in sequence learning, as demonstrated by Cock, Berry, and Buchner (2002). The NP effect in sequence learning refers to the observation that Serial Reaction Time performance becomes impaired when participants respond to a sequence they were previously ignoring. In Experiment 1, we established a NP effect with a complex second-order conditional sequence structure. Experiment 2 showed that NP occurs even when the irrelevant sequence is not synchronised with… CONTINUE READING

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