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When we draw something, our brains use the same neural networks as when we recognize and name that object. New research shows how important the visual processing system is in drawing something. Repeatedly drawing an object didn’t change the pattern of activation in the visual processing area in the occipital lobes but did create a stronger connection with the parietal lobes, suggesting that repeated drawing could make visualized information more available to other parts of the brain.

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