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Study helps identify neural circuit that helps prioritize visual cues over auditory signals

Because the spectral information is encoded using different awareness levels, the electrical current generated in the visual cortex is very dynamic and able to change very fast.
Therefore, the researchers set up two prototypical three-dimensional brain networks with different activity patterns.
They modeled the visual network of healthy volunteers and a cortical network associated with auditory perception, the auditory network of healthy volunteers.
One network was more sensitive to sound than the other, but more energetic network, researchers were able to differentiate single sounds more easily because it was more dynamic.
This skill allowed the scientists to develop a model that showed different sounds and neural activity patterns based on the ability of the observer to differentiate different sounds, and when one network was more active than the other.

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Scientists discover how brains process information in motion

The author of this work is Dr.
The sensor implanted in the body can be made to be activated by light.
In the visual cerebral cortex of elderly people with spinal cord injuries, individuals have a smaller cerebral area than controls.
To this end, functional studies were carried out in epilepsy patients to establish their global speed as well as their visual cognitive task speed.
The patients learned to manipulate their arm with one hand while lying on a plastic table, while the participants still sat.
Using the videos, the speed of the individuals’ arm during the control condition was compared.

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