Whenever next: Hierarchical timing of perception and action

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (3):217-218 (2013)

The target article focuses on the predictive coding of and something happened and the and response to make. We extend that scope by addressing the aspect of perception and action. Successful interaction with the environment requires predictions of everything from millisecond-accurate motor timing to far future events. The hierarchical framework seems appropriate for timing
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