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Rhythms in the Brain Help Give a Sense of Location, University of Edinburgh Study


1/11/2013 7:53:34 AM

Research at the University of Edinburgh tracked electrical signals in the part of the brain linked to spatial awareness. he study could help us understand how, if we know a room, we can go into it with our eyes shut and find our way around. This is closely related to the way we map out how to get from one place to another. Scientists found that brain cells, which code location through increases in electrical activity, do not do so by talking directly to each other. Instead, they can only send each other signals through cells that are known to reduce electrical activity.

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