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Subjects must find a pathway within a grid from a cell A to a cell B. Typically, the path starts in the upper left corner and end in the lower right corner. After successfully exploring a grid by trial and error, the task repeats with the same hidden path and subjects have to reconstruct the previously explored path. The task is considered to have a a strong learning and planning component and as such measures executive functions.

Definition contributed by JBeringer
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IMPLEMENTATIONS of Hidden Path Learning Task
Configurable web-based task paradigm that presents a grid of an adjustable size and generates a random path of adjustable length to be discovered by the subject.
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