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I work with neural networks for complex scene processing and object detection on the roads. Best of part of my job is watching a network "learn/train itself" to classify various object categories.

Are there any good theories on what happens during the training process of the brain (for example, while learning a new skill or something very basic/simple) and how individual neurons get affected by this "learning" process? So, I understand from a psychological perspective, we see the brain as this beautiful system but I am asking from physiological perspective. What kind of changes can we observe in neurons when we learn something new?

P.S: Thanks a lot for your replies. Means a lot. :)

Here is one cool example: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S089662731... And this one I have not read but is by reputable people in a good journal and looks fun: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S089662731...

Thanks, both of them look really relevant. Will read. :)

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