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How the Statistics of Sequential Presentation Influence the Learning of Structure

Figure 2

Distributions of the stimuli.

a–c) Histograms (bars) of sample stimulus sets from each condition with average probability density fits (solid lines) to all sets. Note that the aggregate distribution of the Random Walk matches that of the Gaussian Uncorrelated condition. d–f) The corresponding sequences of presentation of the stimuli over the course of the experiment.

Figure 2