How our brains can form first impressions quickly

24 junio 2015

A study of how people can quickly spot animals by sight is helping uncover the workings of the human brain. Researchers found that one of the first parts of the brain to process visual information — the primary visual cortex — can control this fast response, rather than more complex parts of the brain being required.
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