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Interaction Between the Spatio-Temporal Learning Rule (Non Hebbian) and Hebbian in Single Cells: A Cellular Mechanism of Reinforcement Learning

By Minoru Tsukada

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Published: January 1st 2008

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Minoru Tsukada (January 1st 2008). Interaction Between the Spatio-Temporal Learning Rule (Non Hebbian) and Hebbian in Single Cells: A Cellular Mechanism of Reinforcement Learning, Reinforcement Learning Cornelius Weber, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/5277. Available from:

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