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    1. Neuroscience

    The SSVEP tracks attention, not consciousness, during perceptual filling-in

    Matthew J Davidson et al.
    The strength of frequency-tagged neural activity during perceptual filling anti-correlates with the contents of consciousness, yet positively correlates with a neural measure of attention, dissociating these often confounded brain processes.
    1. Neuroscience

    Human intracranial recordings link suppressed transients rather than 'filling-in' to perceptual continuity across blinks

    Tal Golan et al.
    The brain ensures that blinks do not disrupt vision by deleting signals that represent discontinuities in visual input, rather than by recreating the missing input.
    1. Neuroscience

    Unexpected arousal modulates the influence of sensory noise on confidence

    Micah Allen et al.
    Changes in physiological arousal – as revealed by pupil dilation and heart rate – shape our confidence in decisions about uncertain perceptual information.
    1. Neuroscience

    Perception in autism does not adhere to Weber’s law

    Bat-Sheva Hadad, Sivan Schwartz
    Perception in autism is sensitive to absolute rather than to relative metrics of the environment, encoding changes in the environment without calibrating the changes relative to reference stimulation.
    1. Neuroscience

    Image content is more important than Bouma’s Law for scene metamers

    Thomas SA Wallis et al.
    Peripheral appearance models emphasising pooling processes that depend on retinal eccentricity will instead need to explore input-dependent grouping and segmentation.
    1. Neuroscience

    Visual attention modulates the integration of goal-relevant evidence and not value

    Pradyumna Sepulveda et al.
    Visual attention modulates the integration of the evidence that is most useful for achieving a goal in both perceptual and value-based decisions.
    1. Neuroscience

    Autistic traits, but not schizotypy, predict increased weighting of sensory information in Bayesian visual integration

    Povilas Karvelis et al.
    Autistic traits are associated with weaker influence of prior expectations in visual perception, which is due to more precise sensory representations.
    1. Neuroscience

    Confidence predicts speed-accuracy tradeoff for subsequent decisions

    Kobe Desender et al.
    Neural coding of previous-trial confidence affects current decision policy.
    1. Neuroscience

    A flexible framework for simulating and fitting generalized drift-diffusion models

    Maxwell Shinn et al.
    Sophisticated decision-making mechanisms and complex experimental paradigms can be modeled, simulated, and fit to empirical response time data, using a flexible and efficient computational modeling framework.
    1. Neuroscience

    Sensory prediction errors in the human midbrain signal identity violations independent of perceptual distance

    Javier A Suarez et al.
    Activity in the midbrain responds to unexpected changes in outcome identity (i.e. sensory prediction error) but does not scale with perceptual distance between expected and receipt reward.

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