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Our brains perceive our environment differently when we’re lying down - Hot off the press

Guest Author Aug 03, 2021

David I. Shore, McMaster University   You’re agitated by the sound of a mosquito buzzing around your head. The buzzing stops. You feel the tiny pinprick and locate the target. Whack! It’s over. It’s a simple sequence, but it demands complex processing. How did you know where the mosquito was before you could even see it? The human body is … Read More