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The brain creates the subjective experience of time.  Everyone has felt, at one point or another, that time does indeed "fly" when we're having fun. Why does it feel different depending on what we do with it? New research examines the neurological mechanisms that form the subjective experience of time.

Space and time are firmly related — in material science, as well as in the mind. 

This private association moves toward becoming clearer when we investigate how our brains shape roundabout recollections. 

Verbose recollections are personal recollections — that is, recollections about particular occasions that transpired at a particular point in time (and space). 

The memory of that first kiss, or of the glass of wine you imparted to your companion a week ago, are the two cases of verbose recollections. By differentiate, semantic recollections allude to general data and realities that our brains are equipped for putting away. 

Rambling recollections have an articulated "where" and "when" part, and neuroscientific explore demonstrates that the cerebrum zone that procedures spatial data is near the one in charge of the experience of time.

Specifically, a new study reveals the network of brain cells that encode the subjective experience of time, and these neurons are located in a brain area adjacent to the one in which other neurons encode space.
The new study was conducted by researchers at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience in Trondheim, Norway. Albert Tsao is the lead author of the paper, which is now published in the journal Nature.

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