Two Networksby Shrihari Sawant Consultant
Brain's Two Networks:
Two Networks rule human brain's command chain. A recent research examining the upper echelons of the human brain's chain-of-command, has found that there are not one but two corresponding Commanders in charge of the brain.
Neuroscientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis found that these two commanders are networks of brain regions that do not consult each other but still work toward a common intention which is to control voluntary, goal oriented actions. This includes an immense range of activities from reading a word to searching for a star to singing a song, but likely does not include uncontrolled behaviors such as control of the pulse rate or digestion.
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