Sunday, July 10, 2016



As noted in the June issue of The Atlantic, the tectum--the central control of the human brain that coordinates attention to sensory input--constructs an internal model to keep track, predict and plan. The cerebral cortex--the largest part of the brain--controls attention to peripheral input, memory and abstract reasoning that allows us to think about ourselves and others; what we call awareness, or consciousness.


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