During learning, the brain is a prediction engine that continually makes theories about our environment and accurately registers whether an assumption is true or not. A team of neuroscientists from Bochum has shown that expectation during these predictions affects the activity of various brain networks. They report on the results in two articles that were published in March and April 2020 in the journals Cerebral Cortex and Journal of Neuroscience.
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