How the brain separates relevant, irrelevant information.

A new theory, based on a computational model, has been revealed by researchers on how the brain separates relevant from irrelevant information in these and other circumstances.

/…/ The analysis focuses on inhibitory neurons — the brain’s traffic cops that help ensure proper neurological responses to incoming stimuli by suppressing other neurons and working to balance excitatory neurons, which aim to stimulate neuronal activity.

read the article.. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/09/160920112620.htm


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