Football stadium “wave” as analogy for brain function

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Robert Vermeulen
University of Rochester
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The rise and fall of spectators performing “the wave” in a football stadium offers an analogy for how brain waves ripple across the cortex and lower brain. In both, the underlying actors (humans, neurons) serve multiple roles.
Keywords Neural oscillation  Innate traits  Memory
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