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Researchers find monkey brain structure that decides if viewed objects are new or unidentified

05:00 EDT 18 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

A team of researchers working at the University of Tokyo School of Medicine has found what they believe is the part of the monkey brain that decides if something that is being viewed is recognizable. In their paper published in the journal Science, the team describes a series of brain experiments they conducted with macaques that shed light on how the animals decide whether they have seen something before or not.

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