It was discovered that the brain can make temporary predictions that are in different parts of the organ by two clocks.
The study was conducted by scientists from the University of California in Berkeley (United States) that "There are two different ways" in which the brain systems "let us not only exist," but also "actively anticipate the future," explains The specialist, who conducted the research, Assa Breska, informed the portal Science Daily.
The rhythm-based system "is sensitive to periodic events, such as talking to music and talking." On the other hand, "the interval system provides a more general anticipation capacity, sensitive to temporary regimes, even in the absence of a rhythmic signal".
An example of the first situation was to move the body before the first note of the music we expected, but the second is illustrated by pressing the accelerator pedal a fraction of the light before the light changes. .
This discovery challenges the idea that only one brain system handles all our time for requirements, but we have other support. N24