Neurocognitive mechanisms of statistical-sequential learning: what do event-related potentials tell us?

@inproceedings{Daltrozzo2014NeurocognitiveMO,
  title={Neurocognitive mechanisms of statistical-sequential learning: what do event-related potentials tell us?},
  author={J{\'e}r{\^o}me Daltrozzo and Christopher M. Conway},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
Statistical-sequential learning (SL) is the ability to process patterns of environmental stimuli, such as spoken language, music, or one's motor actions, that unfold in time. The underlying neurocognitive mechanisms of SL and the associated cognitive representations are still not well understood as reflected by the heterogeneity of the reviewed cognitive models. The purpose of this review is: (1) to provide a general overview of the primary models and theories of SL, (2) to describe the… CONTINUE READING

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