The role of cross-modal associations in statistical learning.

  title={The role of cross-modal associations in statistical learning.},
  author={Arit Glicksohn and Asher Cohen},
  journal={Psychonomic bulletin & review},
  volume={20 6},
Our environment is richly structured, with objects producing correlated information within and across sensory modalities. A prominent challenge faced by our perceptual system is to learn such regularities. Here, we examined statistical learning and addressed learners' ability to track transitional probabilities between elements in the auditory and visual modalities. Specifically, we investigated whether cross-modal information affects statistical learning within a single modality. Participants… CONTINUE READING
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