Neurocognitive basis of implicit learning of sequential structure and its relation to language processing.

Abstract

The ability to learn and exploit environmental regularities is important for many aspects of skill learning, of which language may be a prime example. Much of such learning proceeds in an implicit fashion, that is, it occurs unintentionally and automatically and results in knowledge that is difficult to verbalize explicitly. An important research goal is to… (More)
DOI: 10.1196/annals.1416.009

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