Causal inference in perception

@article{Shams2010CausalII,
  title={Causal inference in perception},
  author={L. Shams and Ulrik R Beierholm},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={14},
  pages={425-432}
}
Until recently, the question of how the brain performs causal inference has been studied primarily in the context of cognitive reasoning. However, this problem is at least equally crucial in perceptual processing. At any given moment, the perceptual system receives multiple sensory signals within and across modalities and, for example, has to determine the source of each of these signals. Recently, a growing number of studies from various fields of cognitive science have started to address this… Expand
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