A hierarchy of cortical responses to sequence violations in three-month-old infants
Cognition, Volume 132, Issue 2, 2014, Pages 137-150.
brain developmentmismatch responsepredictionrule extractionsequence learning
The adult human brain quickly adapts to regular temporal sequences, and emits a sequence of novelty responses when these regularities are violated. These novelty responses have been interpreted as error signals that reflect the difference between the incoming signal and predictions generated at multiple cortical levels. Do infants already...More
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