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Mice in phrased conditions always made significantly more errors on the first element of three-element chunks than did mice in unphrased conditions (p [less than] .05).
As predicted, violation elements were exceptionally difficult in both phrased and unphrased conditions compared to corresponding elements in perfect patterns.
Patterns were either unphrased, phrased with temporal cues, phrased with visual cues, or phrased with a combination of temporal and visual cues.