Study Shows Where Scene Context Happens in Our Brain


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