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The neuronal base of perceptual learning and skill acquisition

Greenlee, Mark W.


Sensory systems represent an essential interface between the organism and its environment. Throughout life the organism continuously interacts with stimuli, objects and environments and this interaction has a long-lasting effect on its cen-tral nervous system. Humans learn to respond optimally to stimuli as they occur in everyday scenarios. The neuroscience of learning and memory attempts to ...


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