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Room for Thought: Identifying the Brain Area That Watches for Walls

News   May 14, 2019 | Original story from Columbia Zuckerman Institute

 
Room for Thought

The brain's OPA region helps to orient us in space, so we can avoid bumping into things, figure out where we are and navigate safely through our environment, such as this room. Credit: Artist: Karoliina Hellberg; photographer: J. Tiainen

 
 
 

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