How do you know where you are? | Neil Burgess speaks

It is useful to know where you are. Neil Burgess spends his time studying this important function by looking at the brain, the hippocampus to be specific.

It would appear that the same brain cells that create our sense of where we are and recalling that information for practical use are also at play when we imagine movement, such as a motor imagery task for a painful condition.

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