A neural network approach to hippocampal function in classical conditioning.

@article{Schmajuk1991ANN,
  title={A neural network approach to hippocampal function in classical conditioning.},
  author={Nestor A. Schmajuk and James J. DiCarlo},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={1991},
  volume={105 1},
  pages={
          82-110
        }
}
Hippocampal participation in classical conditioning in terms of Grossberg's (1975) attentional theory is described. According to the present rendition of this theory, pairing of a conditioned stimulus (CS) with an unconditioned stimulus (US) causes both an association of the sensory representation of the CS with the US (conditioned reinforcement learning) and an association of the sensory representation of the CS with the drive representation of the US (incentive motivation learning). Sensory… CONTINUE READING

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