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Temporal dynamics of implicit memory underlying serial dependence
AbstractSerial dependence is the effect in which the immediately preceding trial influences participants' responses to the current stimulus. But for how long does this bias last in the absence of interference from other stimuli? Here, we had 20 healthy young adult participants (12 women) perform a coincident timing task using different inter-trial intervals to characterize the serial dependence effect as the time between trials increases. Our results show that serial dependence abruptlydoi:10.1101/2020.11.17.386821 fatcat:psdhi4r3snbk7ksfnt7uhyytsi