As a by-product affects pain

The information that we are aware of may differ markedly from what was originally received in our brain. The brain completes the information received, filling in gaps and eliminating uncertainty. This happens both with visual images, and with the read text, and with the speech perceived by ear, and with the feeling of the position of the body in space. Due to this, the processing is faster and usually gives a more accurate result. To complete the information, we use any available hints and keys. And this process is the more intense, the more uncertain the information received, that is, the more different ways to interpret it. One of the most obvious and studied examples is the processing of information about the taste of food and drinks. It is known…
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