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Perceptual Learning Incepted by Decoded fMRI Neurofeedback Without Stimulus Presentation
Even the adult primary visual cortex is sufficiently plastic to allow performance enhancement. It is controversial whether the adult primate early visual cortex is sufficiently plastic to causeExpand
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Psychophysics: Is subliminal learning really passive?
Perceptual learning can occur as a result of exposure to a subliminal stimulus, without the subject having to pay attention and without relevance to the particular task in hand — but is this type ofExpand
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Different Dynamics of Performance and Brain Activation in the Time Course of Perceptual Learning
Perceptual learning is regarded as a manifestation of experience-dependent plasticity in the sensory systems, yet the underlying neural mechanisms remain unclear. We measured the dynamics ofExpand
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A unified model for perceptual learning
Perceptual learning in adult humans and animals refers to improvements in sensory abilities after training. These improvements had been thought to occur only when attention is focused on the stimuliExpand
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Perceptual learning without perception
The brain is able to adapt rapidly and continually to the surrounding environment, becoming increasingly sensitive to important and frequently encountered stimuli. It is often claimed that thisExpand
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Greater plasticity in lower-level than higher-level visual motion processing in a passive perceptual learning task
Simple exposure is sufficient to sensitize the human visual system to a particular direction of motion, but the underlying mechanisms of this process are unclear. Here, in a passive perceptualExpand
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Perceptual learning: toward a comprehensive theory.
Visual perceptual learning (VPL) is long-term performance increase resulting from visual perceptual experience. Task-relevant VPL of a feature results from training of a task on the feature relevantExpand
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Temporally Extended Dopamine Responses to Perceptually Demanding Reward-Predictive Stimuli
Midbrain dopamine neurons respond to reward-predictive stimuli. In the natural environment reward-predictive stimuli are often perceptually complicated. Thus, to discriminate one stimulus fromExpand
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Greater Disruption Due to Failure of Inhibitory Control on an Ambiguous Distractor
Considerable evidence indicates that a stimulus that is subthreshold, and thus consciously invisible, influences brain activity and behavioral performance. However, it is not clear how subthresholdExpand
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A small number of abnormal brain connections predicts adult autism spectrum disorder
Although autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a serious lifelong condition, its underlying neural mechanism remains unclear. Recently, neuroimaging-based classifiers for ASD and typically developed (TD)Expand
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