New preprint: Phantom auditory perception (tinnitus) is characterised by stronger anticipatory auditory predictions

In our latest preprint we illustrate predictive processing differences between individuals with and without tinnitus:

Collaborative work by the University of Salzburg (Marta Partyka, Gianpaolo Demarchi, Nina Suess, Nathan Weisz), University Hospital Salzburg (SALK; Sebastian Roesch), University of Regensburg (Winfried Schlee) and Newcastle University (Will Sedley)
Funded by the European School for Interdisciplinary Tinnitus Research (ESIT) project.

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