How the Brain Knows Where Things Are

making space

That’s the subtitle of a delightful new book by Jennifer Groh, a Professor at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at Duke University. You don’t have to wait long for Professor Groh’s first speculation.  She opens with the following statement: “Nine-tenths of your brain power is spent figuring out where things are.  (Actually, I just made …

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