Saturday, August 24, 2013

Study explores how the brain encodes visual objects

Study explores how the brain encodes visual objects


...Opening our eyes and seeing the world before us, full of objects, is a simple action we may take for granted. Yet our brain is constantly carrying out a huge analysis only to let us see a flower, a pen, the face of our children. Where exactly in our brain does shape become meaning? A group of scientists ...studied a specific area of the brain that is located precisely halfway between the visual and the semantic analysis, shedding light on its function. .....

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