Luis Jiménez
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Implicit learning as an ability
SB Kaufman, CG DeYoung, JR Gray, L Jiménez, J Brown, N Mackintosh
Cognition 116 (3), 321-340, 2010
CHAPTER ONE Implicit learning and consciousness: A graded, dynamic perspective
A Cleeremans, L Jiménez
Implicit learning and consciousness, 1-40, 2013
Which attention is needed for implicit sequence learning?
L Jiménez, C Mendez
Journal of experimental Psychology: learning, Memory, and cognition 25 (1), 236, 1999
Comparing direct and indirect measures of sequence learning.
L Jiménez, C Mendez, A Cleeremans
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (4), 948, 1996
Intact implicit learning in autism spectrum conditions
J Brown, B Aczel, L Jiménez, SB Kaufman, KP Grant
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (9), 1789-1812, 2010
Representing serial action and perception
EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez, WB Verwey, BA Clegg
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17, 603-623, 2010
Implicit sequence learning: The truth is in the details.
A Cleeremans, L Jiménez
Sage Publications, Inc, 1998
Qualitative differences between implicit and explicit sequence learning.
L Jiménez, JMM Vaquero, J Lupiánez
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (3), 475, 2006
It is not what you expect: dissociating conflict adaptation from expectancies in a Stroop task.
L Jiménez, A Méndez
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 39 (1), 271, 2013
Sequence learning under dual-task conditions: Alternatives to a resource-based account
L Jiménez, GA Vázquez
Psychological research 69, 352-368, 2005
Dyslexic children show deficits in implicit sequence learning, but not in explicit sequence learning or contextual cueing
G Jiménez-Fernández, JMM Vaquero, L Jiménez, S Defior
Annals of dyslexia 61, 85-110, 2011
Implicit sequence learning with competing explicit cues
L Jiménez, C Méndez
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 54 (2), 345-369, 2001
Attention and implicit learning
L Jiménez
Attention and implicit learning, 1-393, 2003
Motor skill learning in the middle-aged: limited development of motor chunks and explicit sequence knowledge
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, MFL Ruitenberg, L Jiménez, E de Kleine
Psychological research 75, 406-422, 2011
Segmentation of short keying sequences does not spontaneously transfer to other sequences
WB Verwey, EL Abrahamse, L Jiménez
Human movement science 28 (3), 348-361, 2009
Taking patterns for chunks: is there any evidence of chunk learning in continuous serial reaction-time tasks?
L Jiménez
Psychological Research 72 (4), 387-396, 2008
Implicit sequence learning and contextual cueing do not compete for central cognitive resources.
L Jiménez, GA Vázquez
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 37 (1), 222, 2011
Intention, attention, and consciousness in probabilistic sequence learning
L Jiménez
Attention and implicit learning 48, 43-68, 2003
The problem of reversals in assessing implicit sequence learning with serial reaction time tasks
JMM Vaquero, L Jiménez, J Lupiáñez
Experimental Brain Research 175, 97-109, 2006
Even with time, conflict adaptation is not made of expectancies
L Jiménez, A Méndez
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 108240, 2014
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