Spatial processing and perceptual sequence learning in SRT tasks.

@article{Deroost2006SpatialPA,
  title={Spatial processing and perceptual sequence learning in SRT tasks.},
  author={Natacha Deroost and Eric Soetens},
  journal={Experimental psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={16-30}
}
We investigated the influence of processing relevant spatial information on learning a probabilistic sequence of irrelevant locations. Using the SRT design of Remillard (2003), we found that spatial perceptual learning occurs with paired but not with single targets. The pairs of targets consisted of the same stimuli, but in a different order, so that responses could have been based on the left-right location of an element, relative to the other element of the pair. The prerequisite of spatial… CONTINUE READING
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