Simily Sabu

Simily Sabu
Central European University | CEU · Department of Cognitive Science

PhD

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Introduction
I am a cognitive scientist, interested in exploring how people physically interact with each other to learn a motor task. In my research, I specifically investigate the effect of haptic interactions and partner's motor variability on an individual's learning. Apart from joint action learning, I am also interested in perception-action links in human brain.
Education
September 2015 - July 2022
Central European University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Science

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Publications (3)
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Motor learning studies demonstrate that an individual's natural motor variability predicts the rate at which she learns a motor task. Individuals exhibiting higher variability learn motor tasks faster, presumably because variability fosters exploration of a wider space of motor parameters. However, it is unclear how individuals regulate variability...
Conference Paper
Wu et al., 2014, suggests that an individual’s natural motor variability can predict the rate at which she learns a motor task. The authors demonstrated that motor learning was faster when individuals exhibit higher variability in their movements, presumably due to exploring a wider space of motor parameters. Thus variability seems to enhance indiv...
Conference Paper
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Attentional Blink (AB) is the reduction in accuracy of detecting the second of two targets which appear in close temporal succession in a Rapid Serial Visual Presentation task. Resource limitation accounts explain AB by suggesting that the perceptual features of Target-1 (T1) interferes with the processing and eventually reporting Target-2 (T2) cor...

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Understanding how motor variability is exploited during joint motor learning