On the specificity of sequential congruency effects in implicit learning of motor and perceptual sequences.

@article{DAngelo2013OnTS,
  title={On the specificity of sequential congruency effects in implicit learning of motor and perceptual sequences.},
  author={Maria C. D'Angelo and Luis Jim{\'e}nez and Bruce Milliken and Juan Lupi{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={2013},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={69-84}
}
Individuals experience less interference from conflicting information following events that contain conflicting information. Recently, Jiménez, Lupiáñez, and Vaquero (2009) demonstrated that such adaptations to conflict occur even when the source of conflict arises from implicit knowledge of sequences. There is accumulating evidence that momentary changes in adaptations made in response to conflicting information are conflict-type specific (e.g., Funes, Lupiáñez, & Humphreys, 2010a), suggesting… CONTINUE READING

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