Silent Expectations: Dynamic Causal Modeling of Cortical Prediction and Attention to Sounds That Weren't.

@article{Chennu2016SilentED,
  title={Silent Expectations: Dynamic Causal Modeling of Cortical Prediction and Attention to Sounds That Weren't.},
  author={Srivas Chennu and Valdas Noreika and David Gueorguiev and Yury Shtyrov and Trist{\'a}n Bekinschtein and Richard N. A. Henson},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={36 32},
  pages={8305-16}
}
UNLABELLED There is increasing evidence that human perception is realized by a hierarchy of neural processes in which predictions sent backward from higher levels result in prediction errors that are fed forward from lower levels, to update the current model of the environment. Moreover, the precision of prediction errors is thought to be modulated by attention. Much of this evidence comes from paradigms in which a stimulus differs from that predicted by the recent history of other stimuli… CONTINUE READING

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