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Prediction error ("surprise") affects the rate of learning: we learn more rapidly about cues for which we initially make incorrect predictions than cues for which our initial predictions are correct. The current studies employ electrophysiological measures to reveal early attentional differentiation of events that differ in their previous involvement in errors of predictive judgment. Error-related events attract more attention, as evidenced by features of event-related scalp potentialsdoi:10.1162/jocn.2007.19.5.843 pmid:17488208 fatcat:if4ynzhtvbc6fflsh5wsmgudbu