In their new book, The Body Has a Mind of Its Own: How body maps in your brain help you do (almost) everything better, Sandra and Matthew Blakeslee outline the amazing results of research describing how the human brain charts the body and personal space. Surprisingly, the brain keeps a literal, physical map that corresponds with its sensory input. The Blakeslees joined MSNBC.com's Will Femia on the phone to talk about body maps and what technologies we can expect from the lastest brain research revelations.
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