Scientists say that the brain uses two ways to make their predictions
Berkeley, November 28 (RHC) Scientists at the American University of California at Berkeley have found that the brain uses two & # 39; to make temporal predictions found in various parts of that organ.
This study shows that "there are two different ways" in which the brain system "allows us not only to exist", but also "actively anticipates the future", clearly the specialist who has led this research, Assaf Breska, and reports the Daily Science Portal, highlights RT .
So, one of these internal mechanisms is based on past experience and is connected to the cerebellum, while the other depends on rhythm and is connected to the basal ganglia.
The rhythm-based system is "sensitive to periodic events, like what is in nature to talk and music."
On the other hand, "the interval system provides more general anticipatory capacity, sensitive to temporary order even without rhythmic signals".
An example of the first situation is to move the body before the first note of the music that we expect, while the second will be illustrated by pressing the accelerator pedal a split second before the light changes. .
This finding will challenge the idea that a single brain system handles all of our worldly needs and would suggest that, if one of the 'nerve clocks' fail, others can take over their duties.
Edited by Julio Pérez