Sensory consequences to bring about actions – where does it end?

Just to be a little provocative and take an idea beyond the domain it was birthed and intended for – what happens when a whole day is shaped by predicted sensory consequences and not just a momentary action? In predictive processing, a prediction itself acts as a motor command. This means a context, goal thought, … Continue reading Sensory consequences to bring about actions – where does it end?

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Papers of interest this week (courtesy of my supervisors): Functional connectivity of SII and cerebellum in sensory attenuation – fMRI and force-matching AI helps inform role of dopa cells in learning – predicted future rewards encoded as probability distribution, not single mean (which got me thinking back to this one) Somatosensory oscillations and tactile attention … Continue reading Briefly…