Brain Uses Different Frequencies to Avoid Mental Traffic Jams
There’s a lot goingِ on insideِ the average brain.
And toِ helpِ manage allِ the sensory input andِ though processes, signals, brain networks communicate atِ different frequencies toِ avoid traffic jams atِ busy intersections, a newِ study suggests.
It onlyِ allows usِ toِ track brain cell activity indirectly, andِ it isِ unable toِ track activity thatِ occurs atِ frequencies greater thanِ 0.1 hertz, orِ onceِ everyِ 10 seconds, saidِ study team member Maurizio Corbetta, a neurologist atِ Washington University.
The research will be published May 6 in Nature Neuroscience.
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