The Spike: How Your Brain Uses Electrical Impulses to Communicate - with Mark Humphries
In the 2.1 seconds that an impulse travels through our brain, billions of neurons communicate with one another. Blips of voltage are sent through our sensory and motor regions. Neuroscientists call these blips ‘spikes’. Get Mark's book: https://geni.us/5O61 Watch the Q&A: https://youtu.be/YbT4cmLI4tc Join Mark Humphries as he draws on decades of research in neuroscience, exploring how spikes
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Created on Sep 22, 2020