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Time and the brain: the illusion of now

Started by Unbeliever, June 18, 2018, 12:20:11 pm

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QuoteHow does the brain generate a coherent stream of visual awareness, when different visual features are processed separately in different places in the brain and at different times? And how does it generate the illusion that we live in the present, whereas the neural processes underlying visual perception necessarily take time - thereby incurring delays that are long enough that we should notice them? These are some of the questions that his research seeks to address.



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