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Auditory or visual? An examination of multiple sensory cues in causal learning

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Auditory or visual? An examination of multiple sensory cues in causal learning
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Kory A.
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Whitlow
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Jesse W.
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Lisa
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van der Wel
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Robrecht
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Rutgers University
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Camden Graduate School
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Current literature regarding visual and auditory associative learning provides conflicting results. Some literature suggests audio-visual stimuli can facilitate learning, while other literature suggests it can interfere with learning. The present study aimed to investigate learning differences between conditions that combine visual and visual stimuli and conditions that combine visual and auditory stimuli. Mean accuracy scores for different discrimination tasks were analyzed to determine patterns of learning in the two conditions. The findings of this study provide support for the notion that audio-visual is much more difficult to learn than visual-visual stimuli in discrimination tasks.
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Associative learning
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Psychology
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Paired-association learning
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Visual learning
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1 online resource (ii, 37 pages) : illustrations
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M.A.
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Auditory perception
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doi:10.7282/t3-96gn-4129
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ETD graduate
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