Automatic Bias of Temporal Expectations following Temporally Regular Input Independently of High-level Temporal Expectation

@article{Breska2014AutomaticBO,
  title={Automatic Bias of Temporal Expectations following Temporally Regular Input Independently of High-level Temporal Expectation},
  author={Assaf Breska and Leon Y. Deouell},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={1555-1571}
}
Exposure to rhythmic stimulation results in facilitated responses to events that appear in-phase with the rhythm and modulation of anticipatory and target-evoked brain activity, presumably reflecting “exogenous,” unintentional temporal expectations. However, the extent to which this effect is independent from intentional processes is not clear. In two EEG experiments, we isolated the unintentional component of this effect from high-level, intentional factors. Visual targets were presented… CONTINUE READING
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