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    • Deleterious effects of roving on learned tasks 

      Clarke, Aaron; Grzeczkowski, L.; Mast, F.; Gauthier, I.; Herzog, M. (Elsevier, 2014)
      In typical perceptual learning experiments, one stimulus type (e.g., a bisection stimulus offset either to the left or right) is presented per trial. In roving, two different stimulus types (e.g., a 30′ and a 20′ wide ...
    • Task difficulty and expertise mediate the effects of roving on perceptual performance 

      Ceylan, Gizay (Bilkent University, 2019-02)
      Experience-dependent improvement of perception, known as perceptual learning, is possible in the absence of feedback, but feedback enables faster progress as demonstrated by both unsupervised and supervised learning ...
    • Trait anxiety and post-learning stress do not affect perceptual learning 

      Aberg, K.; Clarke, Aaron; Sandi, C.; Herzog, M. (Elsevier, 2012)
      While it is well established that stress can modulate declarative learning, very few studies have investigated the influence of stress on non-declarative learning. Here, we studied the influence of post-learning stress, ...