Perceptual Bias

A related type of learning is the perceptual biasing that can occur within sensorimotor processing in response to repeated activity. For example, lifting a heavy weight for a certain amount of time will bias the judgment of the weight of another item in the direction of thinking it is lighter. AD patients, despite having difficulties explicitly remembering the initially biasing experience, show the normal perceptual illusion. This also applies to the perceptual adaptation test, in which distorting prisms are used to shift the perceived locations of targets, which then have to be pointed to, with feedback given regarding the accuracy of response. In AD, the rate of learning is normal.

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