Cerebellar Sequencing: a Trick for Predicting the Future

@article{Leggio2014CerebellarSA,
  title={Cerebellar Sequencing: a Trick for Predicting the Future},
  author={Maria Leggio and Melanie Molinari},
  journal={The Cerebellum},
  year={2014},
  volume={14},
  pages={35-38}
}
Abstract“Looking into the future” well depicts one of the most significant concepts in cognitive neuroscience: the brain is constantly predicting future events. Such directedness toward the future has been recognized to be relevant to and beneficial for many aspects of information processing in humans, such as perception, motor and cognitive control, decision-making, theory of mind, and other cognitive processes. Because one of the most adaptive characteristics of the brain is to correct errors… CONTINUE READING
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