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Under what circumstances does the brain devote resources to only the “when” of sensory events?
In a recent review article (Arnal & Giraud, 2012), the authors delve into changes in cortical oscillations which assist in predicting the causes of a sensory stimulus (the "what", via predictive ...
Jun 30 '12 at 23:43
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