Predictive Coding or Evidence Accumulation? False Inference and Neuronal Fluctuations

@inproceedings{Hesselmann2010PredictiveCO,
  title={Predictive Coding or Evidence Accumulation? False Inference and Neuronal Fluctuations},
  author={Guido Hesselmann and Sepideh Sadaghiani and Karl J. Friston and A. Kleinschmidt},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
Perceptual decisions can be made when sensory input affords an inference about what generated that input. Here, we report findings from two independent perceptual experiments conducted during functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) with a sparse event-related design. The first experiment, in the visual modality, involved forced-choice discrimination of coherence in random dot kinematograms that contained either subliminal or periliminal motion coherence. The second experiment, in the… CONTINUE READING

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