The time course of learning a visual skill

@article{Karni1993TheTC,
  title={The time course of learning a visual skill},
  author={A. Karni and D. Sagi},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1993},
  volume={365},
  pages={250-252}
}
SEVERAL examples of experience-dependent perceptual improve-ment (perceptual learning) suggest that plasticity in specific neu-ronal loci could underlie the learning process1–6. For a basic visual discrimination task (using an optimal stimulus for ‘automatic’ pre-attentive texture segregation7–10), discrete retinal input-dependent changes within a very early stage in the stream of visual processing were indicated as the locus of a large and consistent learning effect5. When do these changes… Expand
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