The 'prediction imperative' as the basis for self-awareness.

@article{Llins2009TheI,
  title={The 'prediction imperative' as the basis for self-awareness.},
  author={Rodolfo R. Llin{\'a}s and Sisir Roy},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2009},
  volume={364 1521},
  pages={
          1301-7
        }
}
Here, we propose that global brain function is geared towards the implementation of intelligent motricity. Motricity is the only possible external manifestation of nervous system function (other than endocrine and exocrine secretion and the control of vascular tone). The intelligence component of motricity requires, for its successful wheeling, a prediction imperative to approximate the consequences of the impending motion. We address how such predictive function may originate from the dynamic… CONTINUE READING
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