Action-oriented predictive processing and the neuroeconomics of sub-cognitive reward

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (3):225-226 (2013)
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Clark expresses reservations about Friston's reductive interpretation of action-oriented predictive processing (AOPP) models of cognition, but he doesn't link these reservations to specific alternatives. Neuroeconomic models of sub-cognitive reward valuation, which, like AOPP, integrate attention with action based on prediction error, are such an alternative. They interpret reward valuation as an input to neocortical processing instead of reducing it



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