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Have we got the brain all wrong? A new study shows its shape is more important than its wiring

By James Pang, Research Fellow in Psychology, Monash University
Alex Fornito, Professor of Psychology, Turner Institute for Brain & Mental Health, Monash University
New research may upend our understanding of the brain, showing that travelling waves of neuronal excitation dominate the activity associated with our thoughts and feelings.The Conversation

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