Eligibility Traces and Plasticity on Behavioral Time Scales: Experimental Support of NeoHebbian Three-Factor Learning Rules

@inproceedings{Gerstner2018EligibilityTA,
  title={Eligibility Traces and Plasticity on Behavioral Time Scales: Experimental Support of NeoHebbian Three-Factor Learning Rules},
  author={Wulfram Gerstner and Marco Lehmann and Vasiliki Liakoni and Dane S. Corneil and Johanni Brea},
  booktitle={Front. Neural Circuits},
  year={2018}
}
Most elementary behaviors such as moving the arm to grasp an object or walking into the next room to explore a museum evolve on the time scale of seconds; in contrast, neuronal action potentials occur on the time scale of a few milliseconds. Learning rules of the brain must therefore bridge the gap between these two different time scales. Modern theories of synaptic plasticity have postulated that the co-activation of pre- and postsynaptic neurons sets a flag at the synapse, called an… CONTINUE READING
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