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Your Brain Holds a Record of Your Entire Life

A team of Columbia University neuroengineers has uncovered what has to happen in your brain in order for you to have that remarkable ability to pick out one voice from among many. The discovery shows how the auditory cortex, the brain's listening center, can decode and amplify one voice over others — at lightning-fast speeds, according to Medical Xpress.  The human brain is selective about the sounds it hears. When you listen to someone talking, your brain waves change to focus on the speaker's voice and tune out all other voices.  Read more.....



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