Rule based and information integration category learning

John Freeman & Matthew Broschard
The following dataset includes sessions from rats and humans learning and generalizing to Rule-based and Information Integration categories. Here, category exemplars are Gabor patches, which are circular stimuli that contain black and white gratings. Across exemplars, these gratings can change in their spatial frequency and orientation. For Rule-based tasks, only one stimulus dimension (i.e., spatial frequency or orientation) is category-relevant, and the other dimension varies randomly. For Information Integration tasks, both stimulus dimensions (i.e., spatial...
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