January 21


Where is that Sound? How Your Brain Finds It

By Peter Julian

brain, sound

Our brains are constantly sifting thru stimuli – when scientists tried to recreate just a small amount of brain activity in a computer it processed much slower in the computer!  Our brains are difficult to duplicate.  Take sights and sounds, for example.  Our brains have the ability to visually locate sounds we hear, but it processes this information in a much different way than you may think.  Find out how on Futurity:

How our brains visually locate the sounds we hear


About the author

Peter Julian is the Publisher at BrainSpeak.com

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