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Attention and perceptual adaptation

  • Ned Block (a1) and Susanna Siegel (a2)

Abstract

Clark advertises the predictive coding (PC) framework as applying to a wide range of phenomena, including attention. We argue that for many attentional phenomena, the predictive coding picture either makes false predictions, or else it offers no distinctive explanation of those phenomena, thereby reducing its explanatory power.

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