Learning and Computational Neuroscience presents recent advances in understanding the brain processes underlying learning and memory, including neural systems analyses of dynamic circuit interactions in the brain and computational models capable of describing simple forms of learning and performance. Its principal aim is to show how each approach is related to and benefits the other, providing a powerful strategy for understanding cognitive processes.
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