challenges the idea that two separate processing areas exist as a result of

Challenges the idea that two separate processing

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challenges the idea that two separate processing areas exist as a result of learning to recognize the differences in visual appearance between living and non-living things the connections between the visual cortex and other areas of the brain do not require visual input to form o from visual cortex, information about living and nonliving objects is shuttled to different areas of the brain to trigger appropriate reactions o the wiring system that connects different areas of the visual cortex with appropriate regions in the rest of the brain is innate o does not form gradually based on visual inputs the brain structure is so we can distinguish prey from other kinds of objects o evolutionary and has been retained even though we get “milk from bottles and meat from the butcher shop” humans have innate understanding of the difference between living and non-living objects
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