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A New Study Reveals How a Decision Makes Its Way Through The Brain

News   Dec 03, 2019 | Original story by the Max Planck Institute

 
A New Study Reveals How a Decision Makes Its Way Through The Brain

To navigate in a complex environment, the brain needs to integrate relevant sensory information to make behavioral decisions. Credit: MPIN / Julia Kuhl from the Max Planck Society

 
 
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