Abstract Category Learning

Abstract Category Learning - The classification of diverse experiences into useful categories is important for recognizing and interpreting new experiences. Earl Miller and colleagues examine this process of generalization from examples by measuring neural activity during category learning and demonstrate a critical role for the prefrontal cortex in the representation and abstraction of categories. Read more in Antzoulatos and Miller, Neuron 71(2).

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