The extraction and integration framework: a two-process account of statistical learning.

@article{Thiessen2013TheEA,
  title={The extraction and integration framework: a two-process account of statistical learning.},
  author={Erik D. Thiessen and Alexandra T. Kronstein and Daniel G Hufnagle},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={2013},
  volume={139 4},
  pages={792-814}
}
The term statistical learning in infancy research originally referred to sensitivity to transitional probabilities. Subsequent research has demonstrated that statistical learning contributes to infant development in a wide array of domains. The range of statistical learning phenomena necessitates a broader view of the processes underlying statistical learning. Learners are sensitive to a much wider range of statistical information than the conditional relations indexed by transitional… CONTINUE READING

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