New fea­turet­te in eLife: Tell me some­thing I don’t know

For those inter­est­ed in audi­to­ry cor­tex and how a regime of pre­dic­tions, pre­dic­tion updates and sur­prise (a ver­sion of “pre­dic­tion error”) might be imple­ment­ed there, I con­tribut­ed a brief fea­turet­te (“insight”, they call it) to eLife on a recent paper by Will Sed­ley, Tim Grif­fiths, and oth­ers. Check it out.
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[For those not so famil­iar with it, “eLife”, despite its aes­thet­i­cal­ly ques­tion­able name, pos­es an inter­est­ing and rel­a­tive­ly new, high-profile, open-access pub­lish­ing effort by nobel-prize-winning Randy Schek­man, for­mer SfN pres­i­dent Eve Marder and oth­ers.]

26. April 2016 by Jonas
Categories: Auditory Cortex, Auditory Perception, Media, Neural Oscillations, Papers, Publications, Uncategorized | Comments Off on New fea­turet­te in eLife: Tell me some­thing I don’t know