Context - Learning


Learning is often chosen as a context when studies focus on a specific learning pattern, e.g. learning a sequence, motor/visuomotor learning, sensory learning or when subjects undergo training for particular task. An example might be the following: a study investigates persons with Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) learn. In the contrast, brain activation and task performance of ADHD learners are compared before and after the training program.

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