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A striking recent finding is that monkeys behave maladaptively in a class of tasks in which they know that reward is going to be systematically delayed. This may be explained by a malign Pavlovian influence arising from states with low predicted values. However, by very carefully analyzing...
Adaptation is a ubiquitous property of sensory neurons. Multisensory neurons, receiving convergent input from different sensory modalities, also likely exhibit adaptation. The responses of multisensory superior colliculus neurons have been extensively studied, but the impact of adaptation on...
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