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Last night’s Neuroscience and Society series event was a feast for the senses and the mind, from hearing stories of training noses and palates to trying to train or at least understand our own. The session, “How Your Brain Distinguishes … Continue reading
What can be learned about our perceptions of reality by studying smell, the brain’s most primitive sense?
Recent research suggests that blind people may experience heightened senses—like touch and smell—due to use.