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"This view of the brain argues that rather than perceiving the world around us in real time, our brains create a model of what’s out there, predict and simulate what we experience, and then compare our predictions to what’s actually happening—using any errors to update or change the model in our minds. The accuracy of your past predictions are crucial for the accuracy of your overall model—it's what you're comparing new inputs to, and how you're making any adjustments."
This was an incredibly fascinating read. Continually marveling at the complexity of the brain, but with this topic in particular, it’s interesting to see if these possible explanations can open new doors for understanding Schizophrenia as a condition.