Study Shows Where Scene Context Happens in Our Brain

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Google and Bing have nothing on the human brain. The visual search function innate in our grey matter is still something that a technology can't conquer quite as well. Just where in our brains this high-speed search takes place is the focus of a new paper by UCSB scientists in the Department of Psychological & Brain Science. The work may hold implications for those with visual search deficits, such as brain-damaged patients and the elderly.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013