consciousness

A leaky evidence accumulation process for perceptual experience

The neural correlates supporting our perceptual experience of the world remain largely unknown. Recent studies have shown how stimulus detection and related confidence involve evidence accumulation (EA) processes similar to those involved in …

Optimal confidence for unaware visuomotor deviations

Numerous studies have shown that humans can successfully correct deviations to ongoing movements without being aware of them, suggesting limited conscious monitoring of visuomotor performance. Here, we ask whether such limited monitoring impairs the …

Perceptual consciousness

Is perceptual experience driven by an evidence accumulation process?

Evidence accumulation relates to perceptual consciousness and monitoring

A fundamental scientific question concerns the neural basis of perceptual consciousness and perceptual monitoring resulting from the processing of sensory events. Although recent studies identified neurons reflecting stimulus visibility, their …

Increased functional connectivity of the intraparietal sulcus underlies the attenuation of numerosity estimations for self-generated words

Previous studies have shown that self-generated stimuli in auditory, visual, and somatosensory domains are attenuated, producing decreased behavioral and neural responses compared to the same stimuli that are externally generated. Yet, whether such …