(on non-adjacent dependencies) “This outcome suggested that bracketing the sequences of stimuli as fluid transformations is critical for NAD acquisition, a process which could occur as the result of viewing actual fluid transformation (i.e. a video of continuous movement), or perceived fluid transformation (i.e. a sequence of images suggesting continuous movement). Particularly with stimuli that can be mapped onto the perceiver’s motor representation, motor sequence learning enables the representation of stimuli sequences as fluid transformations.” VIA: _Mechanisms Underlying Acquisition of Non-Adjacent Dependencies_ [IMAGE FROM A DIFFERENT PAPER: _Learning non-adjacent rules and non-adjacent dependencies from human actions in 9-month-old infants_

(on non-adjacent dependencies)
“This outcome suggested that bracketing the sequences of stimuli as fluid transformations is critical for NAD acquisition, a process which could occur as the result of viewing actual fluid transformation (i.e. a video of continuous movement), or perceived fluid transformation (i.e. a sequence of images suggesting continuous movement). Particularly with stimuli that can be mapped onto the perceiver’s motor representation, motor sequence learning enables the representation of stimuli sequences as fluid transformations.”
VIA: _Mechanisms Underlying Acquisition of Non-Adjacent Dependencies_
[IMAGE FROM A DIFFERENT PAPER:
_Learning non-adjacent rules and non-adjacent dependencies from human actions in 9-month-old infants_

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