Learning sensorimotor transformations. Maurice J. Chacron. The principle of sensory reafference:. Von Holst and Mittelstaedt, 1950. Movements can lead to sensory reafference (e.g. body movements) An efference copy and the reafferent stimulus are combined and give rise to the
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Maurice J. Chacron
and Mittelstaedt, 1950
Blakemore, Frith, and Wolpert, J. Cogn. Neurosci. (1999)
Martin et al. 1996
an electric organ in their tail.
Bell, 2001 expected stimuli?
causechanges in the efference copy
Burst-timing dependent plasticity
every phase of the stimulus
at a local stimulus maximum/minimum
minimum will be most/least depressed
Oswald et al. 2004