The uncertain brain: Untangling ambiguity in neural circuits

Posted by on May 23, 2016 3:37 pm
Categories: health

Every day humans and animals face ambiguous circumstances. If we become sick after eating, we blame the food; however, if we then fall ill without having eaten that food, the causal link becomes ambiguous. New research findings reveal where and how such ambiguous associations are processed in the brains of rats.

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