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How does the brain recognise what we see?
« on: 18/03/2014 22:30:01 »
How do we actually see? I know the whole process from light touching receptors, then hyperpolarisation etc...and everything else that goes with the physiology. How do I recognize that what I see is a picture of a brain - where's the connection between recognition and sight

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