Mysteries of the brain: perceiving brain
Sabine Kastner, a professor of neuroscience and psychology at Princeton University, is studying how the brain weeds out important information from every day scenes. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, Kastner is able to peek inside the brain and see what areas are active when a person sees a face, place or object.
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