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    • Neurophysiological evidence of efference copies to inner speech 

      Whitford, Thomas J; Jack, Bradley N; Pearson, Daniel; Griffiths, Oren; Luque, David; Harris, Anthony; Spencer, Kevin M; Le Pelley, Mike E (eLife Sciences, 2017-12-04)
      Efference copies refer to internal duplicates of movement-producing neural signals. Their primary function is to predict, and often suppress, the sensory consequences of willed movements. Efference copies have been almost ...