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The detection and the prediction of changes of the world incorporate processes enabling an automatic coding of sameness. Predictions can be formed in relation to stimulus timing, location, or content, while it is not yet clear whether they concern a unitary neural process or an array of independent, task‐tailored mechanisms. Predictive activity is indispensable and vital for survival, and interoceptive inference remains influential in understanding the predictive processing, since it bringsdoi:10.26386/obrela.v4i1.146 doaj:f1bf2c04627a4e72ae8d1399e03c83e8 fatcat:cc2zb2wphrh7tpzsawsgc2e65a