The researchers concentrated on the mid-brain dopamine system.

The researchers concentrated on the mid-brain dopamine system , an evolutionarily old system that signals to the rest of the brain when unexpected events occur. With functional MRI , they found that this system encodes prediction error when viewers are forced to decide ‘next in a video of an everyday event.

– ‘When we see everyday activities unfold around us, we also forecasts selecting an imageappened a few seconds of ‘Zack says. ‘Most of the time are correct. Are correct. Zacks says the experiments a ‘crisp test’of his laboratory prediction. They also hope of targeting theory that prediction-based update mechanism to help better diagnose early neurological diseases and instruments for patients. Source: Washington University in St.. Zacks and his colleagues build a theory of how predictive perception works. In the heart of the theory is the belief that a good part of the update of predicting the future to maintain a mental model of what is happening now, now and then takes this model, especially when the environment changes unpredictably.Add shortlist – in early breast cancer the development of increased higher -income families all ethnic groups, as the early pubes develop into African American more income family were found. , Even after such factors as body weight girls were considered, the results of are held, the authors wrote.

Juliana Deardoff, UC Berkeley Assistant Professor for both mother and child and of lead author of the study, said:.