Unique transitions between stimuli and responses in SRT tasks: evidence for the primacy of response predictions.

Abstract

The present experiments aimed at separating the impact stimulus and response predictions have on serial learning and performance in SRT tasks. In Experiment 1, a unique transition between two of four responses in an otherwise random response sequence was triggered by ambiguous stimulus transitions, allowing local response predictions but no stimulus… (More)

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@article{Hoffmann2003UniqueTB, title={Unique transitions between stimuli and responses in SRT tasks: evidence for the primacy of response predictions.}, author={Joachim Ernst Hoffmann and Claudia Martin and Annette Schilling}, journal={Psychological research}, year={2003}, volume={67 3}, pages={160-73} }