Role of Cortical Noise in Vision
Presenter: Donald Glaser
Published: July 2014
Age: 18-22 and upwards
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Our brains are always generating electrical signals, even if we close our eyes, plug our ears, and lie in a warm bath. These signals are called cortical noise because they don’t correlate with any sensation or thought of which we are aware. I will discuss how this noise is essential for several common brain functions.