Operant Control of Evoked Potentials: Some Comments on the Learning Characteristics in Man and on the Conditioning of Subcortical Responses in the Curarized Rat
The operant conditioning of neural events was first established by Olds (1963) in a study where rats were trained to modify their pattern of discharge of unitary responses. Since then, the operant conditioning technique (or biofeedback technique) has been applied to various neural events, recorded with macro- or microelectrodes.
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