Gethin Hughes, Andrea Desantis and Florian Waszak Attenuation of auditory N1 results from identity-specific action-effect prediction European Journal of Neuroscience 37
To determine the extent to which motor prediction mechanisms drive sensory attenuation we tested the degree to which identity-specific predictions modulate early sensory processing. Action-effect tones whose frequency was predicted based on the specific action (left or right hand button press) elicited a smaller auditory N1 response compared to tones that were incongruent with the prediction. This provides strong evidence for a role of forward model predictions in sensory attenuation.
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