|Publication status||Published - 2006|
|Event||Implab Research Group - Budapest, Ungern|
Duration: 2006 Apr 29 → …
|Conference||Implab Research Group|
|Period||2006/04/29 → …|
Abstract: According to episodic theories of implicit learning general knowledge of a domain is not directly stored in memory, but a result of the use of episodic representations. Such theories are consistent with effects of processing fluency on classification in implicit learning tasks. The experiments reported in this paper investigated whether masked priming influences classification in artificial grammar learning. The results showed no effect of masked priming under standard conditions (Experiment 1), but an effect when a response deadline was invoked (Experiment 2). In addition, the participants´ confidence judgments showed different patterns depending on the presence of a response deadline. The results are discussed with reference to both episodic and abstractionist theories of implicit learning.
- Implicit learning
- artificial grammar