Reinforcement of perceptual inference: reward and punishment alter conscious visual perception during binocular rivalry

Abstract

Perception is an inferential process, which becomes immediately evident when sensory information is conflicting or ambiguous and thus allows for more than one perceptual interpretation. Thinking the idea of perception as inference through to the end results in a blurring of boundaries between perception and action selection, as perceptual inference implies… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01377

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