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The brain as a dynamically active organ

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Brembs, Björn
Date of publication of this fulltext: 26 Oct 2020 06:01


Nervous systems are typically described as a static network passively responding to external stimuli (i.e., the ‘sensorimotor hypothesis’). However, for more than a century now, evidence has been accumulating that this passive-static perspective is wrong. Instead, evidence suggests that nervous systems dynamically change their connectivity and actively generate behavior in order to control their ...


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