‘Time Cells’ Identified in Our Brains Encode The Flow of Time, Scientists Say

According to the researchers, time cells in the human brain are “multi-dimensional”, capable of encoding information in relation to time but also responding to different kinds of sensory information or stimuli.
It’s possible, the team thinks, that the multi-dimensional behavior of these time neurons might be what records the ‘what’, ‘where’, and ‘when’ of experiences, stitching elements together to make up coherent memories from a jumble of inputs.
“The phenomenon of subjective ‘mental time travel’ is a cornerstone of episodic memory,” the researchers say.
— Read on www.sciencealert.com/time-cells-identified-in-the-human-brain-encode-the-flow-of-time-scientists-say/amp

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