Christopher J. Whyte
Christopher J. Whyte
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
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Skyline retention and retroactive interference in the navigating Australian desert ant, Melophorus bagoti
CA Freas, C Whyte, K Cheng
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 203 (5), 353-367, 2017
142017
The Predictive Global Neuronal Workspace: A Formal Active Inference Model of Visual Consciousness
CJ Whyte, R Smith
Progress in Neurobiology, 10.1016/j.pneurobio.2020.101918, 2020
122020
Integrating the global neuronal workspace into the framework of predictive processing: Towards a working hypothesis
CJ Whyte
Consciousness and cognition 73, 102763, 2019
112019
A Step-by-Step Tutorial on Active Inference and its Application to Empirical Data
R Smith, K Friston, C Whyte
PsyArXiv, 2021
32021
Decoding predictions and violations of object position and category in time-resolved EEG
CJ Whyte, A Robinson, T Grootswagers, H Hogendoorn, T Carlson
bioRxiv, 2020
22020
Word detection in individual subjects is difficult to probe with fast periodic visual stimulation
L Barnes, S Petit, NA Badcock, CJ Whyte, A Woolgar
Frontiers in neuroscience 15, 182, 2021
2021
Modelling and Measuring the Predictive Brain
C Whyte
University of Sydney, 2020
2020
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