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How does your brain tell time?
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How does your brain tell time?

How does your brain tell time? Every time the brain processes a sensory event, such as a sound or flash of light, it triggers a cascade of reactions between brain cells and their connections. Each reaction leaves a signature that enables the brain-cell network to encode time.

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