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A new publication by Dr. Vasilis Karlaftis, Dr. Andrew Welchman and Professor Zoe Kourtzi answers how we extract meaningful structure and make predictions in novel environments.

Modelling human behavior and brain structure, they provide evidence that individuals adapt to the environment statistics using different strategies. Maximizers vs. matchers engage dissociable structural brain networks, suggesting alternate brain routes to learning predictive statistics.

Read the full article: www.eneuro.org/content/5/3/ENEURO.0382-17.2018

 

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