Predictive Coding: A Unified Theory of Cognition in Health and Disease?

Fig. 1: Illustration of the multiscale architecture of brain function and levels of study.
Fig. 2: Schematic of hierarchical message passing as predicted by predictive coding models.
Fig. 3: Proposed schematic circuit motif of neocortical-hippocampal interaction.
Fig. 4 A common framework for the characterisation of cognitive deficits.
Figure 5. Synergies between drug development, research into the physical substrate of cognitive deficits and theoretical advancements in predictive coding.

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Fynn Comerford

Fynn Comerford

BSc Neuroscience at The University of Edinburgh | Founder at Edinburgh’s first student-run accelerator | iGEM synthetic biology participant | Filmmaker

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