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The effect of learning on the reproduction of meaningless actions

Daša Bosanac
Mladenka Tkalčić


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str. 3-17

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The objective of this study was to investigate the strategic use of imitative process employed in reproduction of meaningful end meaningless actions, and to investigate the effect of learning on reproduction of meaningless actions.
Two experiments were carried out with normal subjects who reproduced meaningful and meaningless actions within established time limit. The study investigated two factors which could potentially effect the selection of the imitative process: the composition of list (blocked or mixed presentation), and the learning process (novel or learned actions).
The results suggested that direct route can be used in the imitation of both meaningful and meaningless actions, while semantic route can be used only for imitation of well known, meaningful actions. Learning process effects reproduction of meaningless actions, enabling them the use of semantic route during the imitation process.

Ključne riječi

imitation, motor action, long-term memory, short-term working memory

Hrčak ID:

12643

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/12643

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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