How Does the Brain Process Information?

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The human brain is complex and creative. It processes information from sensory organs which later transform information to a cognitive process. You can find more details from the Science Education nih website on how the brain processes information.
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Neurons are the brain cells that help process information. The neuron transfer chemicals to other neurons. This is how messages is transferred to other parts of the body. You can find more information here: http://www.tbiguide.com/howbrainworks.html
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