The ventral visual pathway contains neural clusters that respond highly selectively to images of food

Extensive research in cognitive neuroscience has made it possible for humans to document in detail the functional organization of the cerebral cortex. This organization represents the areas that are specifically involved in individual mental processes. For example, an individual’s brain perceives and processes faces, music or scenes in a specific way that is different from …

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