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How the Statistics of Sequential Presentation Influence the Learning of Structure

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Trial timeline and design.

a) Sequence of events in a single successful trial. Trials were initiated by moving the stylus to a starting location (red), which was followed by the flashing of a cue (green) and eventually the target. Hypothetical stylus trajectories are marked by dashed gray lines. Participants were required to anticipate the timing of the target. b) The spatial ranges of the target and starting position (shaded region) in the lateral dimension with an example pair (solid colors). The dimensions are marked by the dashed arrows (black).

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