Tactile order memory: evidence for sequence learning phenomena found with other stimulus types

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Johnson, A.J.; Shaw, J.; Miles, C.;
(2016)

We examine serial order memory for sequences of tactile stimuli and investigate whether established characteristics of order memory, namely serial position effects, error distributions, and Hebb repetition learning, are observed with tactile memory. Visually obscured pa... View more
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