Priming, response learning and repetition suppression

  title={Priming, response learning and repetition suppression},
  author={A. J. Horner and Richard N. A. Henson},
Prior exposure to a stimulus can facilitate its subsequent identification and classification, a phenomenon called priming. This behavioural facilitation is usually accompanied by a reduction in neural response within specific cortical regions (repetition suppression, RS). Recent research has suggested that both behavioural priming and RS can be largely determined by previously learned stimulus-response associations. According to this view, a direct association forms between the stimulus… CONTINUE READING
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