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  • Feature- versus rule-based generalization in rats, pigeons and humans. 

    Maes, E; De Filippo, G; Inkster, AB; Lea, SEG; De Houwer, J; D'Hooge, R; Beckers, T; Wills, AJ (Germany, 2015-11)
    Humans can spontaneously create rules that allow them to efficiently generalize what they have learned to novel situations. An enduring question is whether rule-based generalization is uniquely human or whether other ...
  • A neurocomputational model of stimulus-specific adaptation to oddball and Markov sequences. 

    Mill, R; Coath, M; Wennekers, T; Denham, SL (United States, 2011-08-18)
    Stimulus-specific adaptation (SSA) occurs when the spike rate of a neuron decreases with repetitions of the same stimulus, but recovers when a different stimulus is presented. It has been suggested that SSA in single ...
  • Overshadowing by fixed- and variable-duration stimuli. 

    Bonardi, C; Mondragón, E; Brilot, B; Jennings, DJ (England, 2015)
    Two experiments investigated the effect of the temporal distribution form of a stimulus on its ability to produce an overshadowing effect. The overshadowing stimuli were either of the same duration on every trial, or of ...

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