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How Our Brain Perceives Time

News   Mar 26, 2019 | Original story from SISSA

 
How Our Brain Perceives Time

For the first time in humans, a research conducted by SISSA neuroscientists shows the existence of temporal maps in the brain for decoding such an abstract, complex and fascinating feature of the world. Credit: Photo by Daniele Levis Pelusi on Unsplash

 
 
 

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