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Contextual expectations shape cortical reinstatement of sensory representations
When making a turn at a familiar intersection, we know what items and landmarks will come into view. These perceptual expectations, or predictions, come from our knowledge of the context, however it is unclear how memory and perceptual systems interact to support the prediction and reactivation of sensory details in cortex. To address this, human participants learned the spatial layout of animals positioned in a cross maze. During fMRI, participants navigated between animals to reach a target,doi:10.1101/2021.08.05.455275 fatcat:5wizmaac45b43o5edj7dd7i35e