How the brain 'constructs' the outside world | Curio

How the brain 'constructs' the outside world

31 mins | May 27, 2022

There’s a new meaning of inside out. The belief that brain is a blank slate onto which experience is flawed as it requires assumptions about the way we perceive and process events that are unjustifiable but recent progress in neuroscience suggests something far more fascinating. György Buzsáki explores how neural activity probes your physical surroundings to select just the information needed to survive and flourish.

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From Scientific American

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