Prospective coding in event representation

  title={Prospective coding in event representation},
  author={Simone Sch{\"u}tz-Bosbach and Wolfgang Prinz},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
A perceived event such as a visual stimulus in the external world and a to-be-produced event such as an intentional action are subserved by event representations. Event representations do not only contain information about present states but also about past and future states. Here we focus on the role of representing future states in event perception and generation (i.e., prospective coding). Relevant theoretical issues and paradigms are discussed. We suggest that the predictive power of the… CONTINUE READING
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