Jaw drop for me moment. Didn’t expect. It won’t sound exciting how I write it but I am. The “posterior parietal lobe” (ppl) can be subdivided into “superior parietal lobule” (SPL) and the “inferior parietal lobule” (IPL). I’ve been hanging around the left and right IPL and just recently found a Bayesian perspective for Autism, then a few days later, a Bayesian perspective for anxiety/worry/OCD, and today a Bayesian perspective for Major Depression – and they all seemed quite reasonable. As I never liked/understood/believed Bayesian that much, this surprised me. But now, I see from 2002 (probably what these others were based upon), they’re centering around just the area I was looking into lately. “A computational perspective on the neural basis of multisensory spatial representations”, 2002. http://chronos.isir.upmc.fr/~gas/pam/img_auth.php/1/15/Pouget2002.pdf

Jaw drop for me moment. Didn’t expect. It won’t sound exciting how I write it but I am.
The “posterior parietal lobe” (ppl) can be subdivided into “superior parietal lobule” (SPL) and the “inferior parietal lobule” (IPL).
 
I’ve been hanging around the left and right IPL and just recently found a Bayesian perspective for Autism, then a few days later, a Bayesian perspective for anxiety/worry/OCD, and today a Bayesian perspective for Major Depression – and they all seemed quite reasonable.
 
As I never liked/understood/believed Bayesian that much, this surprised me.
 
But now, I see from 2002 (probably what these others were based upon), they’re centering around just the area I was looking into lately.
 
“A computational perspective on the neural basis of multisensory spatial representations”, 2002.
http://chronos.isir.upmc.fr/~gas/pam/img_auth.php/1/15/Pouget2002.pdf

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