A joint study conducted by researchers at University College London and Cambridge University has found that our ability to come up with a response to what we see is hardwired in our brain.
The researchers revealed that they have identified a specialized mechanism for spatial self-awareness, which is a combination of body motion and visual cues.
AdvertisementThe researchers added that while the standard visual processing is prone to distractions, as we don't want to track objects we have no interest in, separate 'hard-wired' systems in the brain visually track our bodies and the network triggers reactions even before the conscious brain processes them.
The researchers conducted their study on a group of 52 adults who underwent three separate experiments
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