Optimal adaptation of neural codes: An account of repetition suppression

  • Michael C. Mozerz, Richard S. Zemely, Mathew Hungerfordz
  • Published 2008


An important source of evidence concerning rapid adaptation and learning in the brain is the phenomenon of repetition suppression—the longlasting and item-specific decrease in neural responsivity with repeated exposure to an item, yielding a sparser representation. Existing accounts are informal and do little more than describe the phenomenon. In this paper… (More)


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