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    Predictive minds can think: addressing generality and surface compositionality of thought.Sofiia Rappe - 2022 - Synthese 200 (1):1-22.
    Predictive processing framework has found wide applications in cognitive science and philosophy. It is an attractive candidate for a unified account of the mind in which perception, action, and cognition fit together in a single model. However, PP cannot claim this role if it fails to accommodate an essential part of cognition—conceptual thought. Recently, Williams argued that PP struggles to address at least two of thought’s core properties—generality and rich compositionality. In this paper, I show that neither necessarily presents a (...)
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    The clear and not so clear signatures of perceptual reality in the Bayesian brain.Ophelia Deroy & Sofiia Rappe - 2022 - Consciousness and Cognition 103 (C):103379.
    In a Bayesian brain, every perceptual decision will take into account internal priors as well as new incoming evidence. A reality monitoring system—eventually providing the agent with a subjective sense of reality avoids them being confused about whether our experience is perceptual or imagined. Yet not all confusions we experience mean that we wonder whether we may be imagining: some confused experiences feel clearly perceptual but still feel not right. What happens in such confused perceptions, and can the Bayesian brain (...)
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    Now, never, or coming soon? Prediction and efficient language processing.Sofiia Rappe - 2019 - Pragmatics and Cognition 26 (2-3):357-385.
    The general principles of perceptuo-motor processing and memory give rise to theNow-or-Never bottleneckconstraint imposed on the organization of the language processing system. In particular, the Now-or-Never bottleneck demands an appropriate structure of linguistic input and rapid incorporation of both linguistic and multisensory contextual information in a progressive, integrative manner. I argue that the emerging predictive processing framework is well suited for the task of providing a comprehensive account of language processing under the Now-or-Never constraint. Moreover, this framework presents a stronger (...)
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    Now, never, or coming soon? : Prediction and efficient language processing.Sofiia Rappe - 2019 - Pragmatics Cognition 26 (2-3):357-385.
    The general principles of perceptuo-motor processing and memory give rise to the Now-or-Never bottleneck constraint imposed on the organization of the language processing system. In particular, the Now-or-Never bottleneck demands an appropriate structure of linguistic input and rapid incorporation of both linguistic and multisensory contextual information in a progressive, integrative manner. I argue that the emerging predictive processing framework is well suited for the task of providing a comprehensive account of language processing under the Now-or-Never constraint. Moreover, this framework presents (...)
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    Counterfactual cognition and psychosis: adding complexity to predictive processing accounts.Sofiia Rappe & Sam Wilkinson - 2023 - Philosophical Psychology 36 (2):356-379.
    Over the last decade or so, several researchers have considered the predictive processing framework (PPF) to be a useful perspective from which to shed some much-needed light on the mechanisms behind psychosis. Most approaches to psychosis within PPF come down to the idea of the “atypical” brain generating inaccurate hypotheses that the “typical” brain does not generate, either due to a systematic top-down processing bias or more general precision weighting breakdown. Strong at explaining common individual symptoms of psychosis, such approaches (...)
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    The ever-expanding predictive mind Review of _predictive minds: old problems and new challenges_ , edited by Manuel Curado and Steven Gouveia, Vernon Press, 2023, 305 pp., €87 (hardcopy), ISBN: 978-1-64889-743-6. [REVIEW]Sofiia Rappe - forthcoming - Philosophical Psychology.
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