serial learning n.
From Momentary Maximizing to Serial Response Times and Artificial Grammar Learning
A-58Factorial Analysis Enhances Interpretation of Arthur Benton's Serial Digit Learning Task, Eight Digits
A-78Serial Position Effects of the Emotional Verbal Learning Test and California Verbal Learning Test-Second Edition in Individuals with Schizophrenia
B-64Spoken Language and WAIS-III Factorial Components Are Dimensionally and Specifically Related to Stages of Serial Digit Learning Test Performance
C-70Attention Span and Working Memory Correlates of Factorial Components of the Benton Visual Retention Test and the Serial Digit Learning Test, Nine-Digit Form
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1 Any task that involves learning lists of items and recalling them in the same serial order in which they were presented. See also serial anticipation method.
2 A generic term for any form of discrimination learning in which the set of stimuli is replaced with a new and unfamiliar set. See generalized oddity problem, habit reversal, non-reversal shift.
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