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Full Access Modality-invariant mechanisms of aversive learning: Behavior and brain mechanisms

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Risks to survival require similar responses, independent of the sense they were perceived with. Generalization of learning is one such example, where a ‘better safe than sorry’ rule should govern. I will discuss how such response is achieved via perception and/or choice-behavior, and what brain mechanisms can underlie the sensory-invariant effect. Results from psychophysics, human imaging, and electrophysiology in animal models will be presented to shed light on the network architecture that supports this.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Neurobiology, Weizmann Institute, Israel

Risks to survival require similar responses, independent of the sense they were perceived with. Generalization of learning is one such example, where a ‘better safe than sorry’ rule should govern. I will discuss how such response is achieved via perception and/or choice-behavior, and what brain mechanisms can underlie the sensory-invariant effect. Results from psychophysics, human imaging, and electrophysiology in animal models will be presented to shed light on the network architecture that supports this.

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2013-05-16
2016-12-07

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