3 relations: Anti-Hebbian learning, Electroreception, Sensory systems in fish.
In neuroethology and the study of learning, anti-Hebbian learning describes a particular class of learning rule by which synaptic plasticity can be controlled.
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Electroreception or electroception is the biological ability to perceive natural electrical stimuli.
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Most fish possess highly developed sense organs.
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Active sensory system.