• During imagination, the researchers found an increase in the flow of information from the parietal lobe of the brain to the occipital lobe
  • In contrast, visual information taken in by the eyes tends to flow from the occipital lobe to the parietal lobe
  • Their work could lead to the development of new tools to help untangle what happens in the brain during sleep and dreaming as well as how the brain uses networks to encode short-term memory

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