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Implicit Learning 50 Years On

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateurs : Cleeremans Axel, Allakhverdov Viktor, Kuvaldina Maria

Couverture de l’ouvrage Implicit Learning

Can we learn without knowing we are learning? To what extent is our behavior influenced by things we fail to perceive? What is the relationship between conscious and unconscious cognition? Implicit Learning: 50 Years On tackles these key questions, fifty years after the publication of Arthur Reber?s seminal text. Providing an overview of recent developments in the field, the volume considers questions about the computational foundations of learning, alongside phenomena including conditioning, memory formation and consolidation, associative learning, cognitive development, and language learning.

Featuring contributions from international researchers, the book uniquely integrates ?western? thinking on implicit learning with insights from a rich Russian research tradition. This approach offers an excellent opportunity to contrast perspectives, to introduce new experimental paradigms, and to contribute to ongoing debates about the very nature of implicit learning.

Implicit Learning: 50 Years On is essential reading for students and researchers of consciousness, specifically those interested in implicit learning.

Chapter 1: Implicit learning: history and applications. Paul J. Reber, Laura J. Batterink, Kelsey R. Thompson and Ben Reuveni

Chapter 2: The mind is deep. Axel Cleeremans

Chapter 3: Consciousness, learning, and control: on the path to a theory. Victor M. Allakhverdov, Margarita G. Filippova, Valeria A. Gershkovich, Valeriia Yu. Karpinskaia, Tanya V. Scott and Natalia P. Vladykina

Chapter 4: Implicit learning from one’s mistakes: the negative choice after effect. Maria Kuvaldina, Andrey A.Chetverikov, Alexandr S. Odaynic, Margarita G. Filippova and Natalya V. Andriyanova

Chapter 5: Can we play Space Invaders unconsciously? (A: probably not). Estibaliz San Anton, Axel Cleeremans and Arnaud Destrebecqz

Chapter 6: Can unconscious structural knowledge be strategically controlled? Elisabeth Norman, Ryan B. Scott, Mark C. Price, Emma Jones and Zoltan Dienes

Chapter 7: Abstraction in sequence learning. Ferenc Kemény and Ágnes Lukács

Chapter 8: The verbalization effect on implicit learning. N.V. Moroshkina, I.I. Ivanchei, A.D. Karpov and I Ovchinnikova

Chapter 9: Focusing on goal relevance – is it crucial to artificial grammar learning? Agnieszka Popławska-Boruc, Radosław Sterczyński and Marta Roczniewska

Chapter 10: Implicit learning under attentional load. Michał Wierzchoń and Monika Derda

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