2016 Lecture 05: Maps of Meaning: Part I: Anomaly and the brain

We have limited knowledge. In consequence, many things are unknown and unpredictable. However, we must still act when we don’t know what to do. Much of the human brain is therefore devoted towards processing novelty or anomaly, which emerge when the plans we make to fulfill our desires go wrong. Want to support this channel?

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