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In and out of control: brain mechanisms linking fluency of action selection to self-agency in patients with schizophrenia
Sense of agency refers to the feeling of control over one's actions, and their consequences. It involves both predictive processes linked to action control, and retrospective "sense-making" causal inferences. Schizophrenia has been associated with impaired predictive processing, but the underlying mechanisms that impair patients' sense of agency remain unclear. We introduce a new, "prospective" aspect of agency and show that subliminally priming an action not only influences response times, butdoi:10.1093/brain/awx136 pmid:28899009 fatcat:tdvcac27zzcabosfd6i6phru4i