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Prediction and narrative in sense of agency
mardi 24 mai 2016

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Exposé de Patrick Haggard dans le cadre des conférences Jean Nicod 2016 sur le thème "Volition, agency, responsabilité : cognitive mechanisms of human action"

Prediction and narrative in sense of agency

This lecture investigates the mechanisms and impacts of human sense of agency. The methods of mental chronometry, and in particular the intentional binding measure, have made it possible to study the causes and consequences of sense of agency in the controlled conditions of the experimental laboratory. Is the sense of agency a purely retrospective narrative, driven by the mind’s attempts to make sense of actions? Or is it a prospective perception of impending goal-directed voluntary action. Current evidence suggests our experience of agency reflects a balance of both prospective and retrospective processes. Neuroscientific evidence from brain measurements and brain stimulation suggest a model in which the frontal lobes prepare an experience of agency as part of action preparation, while the parietal lobes monitor the outcomes of voluntary actions.

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