Procedural Learning Differs In Autism, Parkinson’s, And Other Disorders
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Gillian is a professor at the Deakin University School of Psychology.

                       

Procedural Learning Differs In Autism, Parkinson’s, And Other Disorders

We are surrounded by information that only makes sense when presented in a specific order. Many fundamental skills are reliant on learning sequences of information. When learning a motor skill such as kicking a ball, we need to carry out a series of movements in a sequential order, so that our foot contacts the ball at the right time, with the right force, and so that we remain standing at the end. When learning our first language, we need to...

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