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Blind Sight

“Following certain kinds of brain lesions, patients report an inability to see objects, but if pressed to guess at their location they display a capacity to point at them with reasonable accuracy. The phenomenon, called “blindsight”, is one of the more dramatic of a number of lines of evidence suggesting that being aware of doing something is distinguishable from doing something, that areas of the brain underlying the experience of doing at least some things are distinct from those needed to actually do those things….” read the rest of this article on http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/bb/blindsight.html http://www.culture.com.au/brain_proj/
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