Evolutionarily conserved neural signatures involved in sequencing predictions and their relevance for language

@article{Kikuchi2018EvolutionarilyCN,
  title={Evolutionarily conserved neural signatures involved in sequencing predictions and their relevance for language},
  author={Yukiko Kikuchi and W. Sedley and T. D. Griffiths and C. Petkov},
  journal={Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={21},
  pages={145 - 153}
}
  • Yukiko Kikuchi, W. Sedley, +1 author C. Petkov
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences
  • Highlights • How sequence learning relates to language operations remains controversial.• Empirical evidence in humans and comparative studies clarifies and constrains links.• Neural oscillatory sequencing resembles language operations in time.• We extend a relational knowledge hypothesis of language evolution.• Ancestral neural system is integrated with analogous temporal functions in language. 

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