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Naturalistic animal behavior exhibits a strikingly complex organization in the temporal domain, whose variability stems from at least three sources: hierarchical, contextual, and stochastic. What are the neural mechanisms and computational principles generating such complex temporal features? In this review, we provide a critical assessment of the existing behavioral and neurophysiological evidence for these sources of temporal variability in naturalistic behavior. We crystallize recent studiesarXiv:2203.02151v1 fatcat:m3cnresdcndz7hhr2qizhrmxlu