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Jinfeng Huang, Ju Liang, Yifeng Zhou, Zili Liu; Transfer in motion discrimination learning was no greater in double training than in single training. Journal of Vision 2017;17(6):7. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/17.6.7.
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We investigated the controversy regarding double training in motion discrimination learning. We collected data from 43 participants in a motion direction discrimination learning task with either double training (i.e., training plus exposure) or single training (i.e., no exposure). By pooling these data with those in the literature, we had data in double training from 28 participants and in single training from 36 participants. We found that, in double training, the transfer along the exposed direction was less than that along the trained direction, indicating incomplete transfer. Importantly, the transfer in double training was not reliably greater than that in single training.
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