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Traditionally, implicit learning has been defined in terms of a lack of awareness of the process and products of learning. In the face of a number of conceptual and empirical difficulties with this definition, it has recently been suggested instead that the critical feature of implicit learning...
The relationship between cognitive task demand and effect of bilateral advantage (BLA) was examined. In Experiment 1, the task demand based upon visual stimulus complexity was manipulated. One-digit and two-digit numbers were presented in the left, right or both visual fields tachistoscopically...
A new approach was taken to study the question whether the free recall advantage of enacting actions (SPT), over only listening to their verbal descriptions (VT), is due to better relational encoding of SPTs than of VTs. The approach consisted of studying related lists and manipulating the...
Learning transfer effects of a modified spatial frequency discrimination task with simple sinusoidal gratings on various untrained test tasks, testing performance in relative position, local width and global size discrimination, have been investigated. Six subjects were exposed to grating...
Lavie and Cox (1997, Psychological Science, 8, 395) suggested that stimuli outside the focus of attention can have more distracting effects when the task requires less attention than when it requires more. This idea provides an explanation for the proposed dissociation found between two forms of...
The hypothesis of global precedence was investigated by manipulating the similarity between target and relevant level, and between target and global and local levels of hierarchical stimuli, both in divided and selective attention conditions. The similarity was measured on the basis of the...
Perception of the second of two rapidly sequential targets is impaired if the temporal lag between them is relatively short. This attentional blink (AB) is said to occur because the first target preoccupies attentional resources, leading to a shortage of attention for, and subsequent failure of...
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