Donald Glaser (2008) - Role of Cortical Noise in Vision

Donald Glaser (2008)

Role of Cortical Noise in Vision

Donald Glaser (2008)

Role of Cortical Noise in Vision

Abstract

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.

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