How Imagination Works

In this short TEDed video, neuroscientist Andrey Vyshedskiy explains the science behind imagination. Brain research has revealed that a process called mental synthesis allows us to picture things that we haven’t seen before by making a mental collage of previously stored images. He asserts that the stronger our neural pathways are for certain images, the more quickly and clearly we are able to picture things that we have never seen before.

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