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comment Infants tend to look longer at novel stimuli than at repeated stimuli, is this true in adults?
Thank you, I didn't know CogSci. How can I move the question?
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comment Why does the human brain not overfit when training at some task?
characters recognitions...
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comment Why does the human brain not overfit when training at some task?
@Shelly DeForte Well, forget for a moment such complex behaviors. At simple classifications tasks, human do not over fit. Or I am wrong?
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comment Why does the human brain not overfit when training at some task?
@posilon your english is 1k times better then mine :)
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tried to fix the english
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