Tag: Cross-modal Learning

Stimulus dependence and cross-modal interference in sequence learning

Published in:┬áThe Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Volume 70, Issue 12, 2535-2547 Abstract “A central issue in sequence learning is whether learning operates on stimulus-independent abstract elements, or whether surface features are integrated, resulting in stimulus-dependent learning. Using the serial reaction-time (SRT) task, we test whether a previously presented sequence is transferrable from one domain to another. Contrary to previous artificial grammar learning studies, there is mapping between pre- and posttransfer stimuli, but contrary to previous SRT studies mapping is not obvious. In the pre-transfer training phase, participants face a dot-counting task in which the location of the dots follows… Read More