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Schizophrenia and conscious goal selection: Bodily representation and free energy imperatives
Biomedical Research and Clinical Practice
The implementation of bodily representation in dynamical motor performance constitutes strong evidence of the need to frame the self in the context of the body. Conversely, the variation in consciously perceived self-constructs, elicited in different interactive contexts, implicate additional physical determinants that shape the representational content of the self. Recent proposals suggest that probabilistic inferences of energy consumption modify conscious and intentional behavior, adoi:10.15761/brcp.1000174 fatcat:mj7y4v5rnrakfj2jlr5axclzb4