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The University of California (United States of America Scientists) in Berkeley found that the brain uses two "clocks" to make predictions made in different parts of the body.
This research suggests "there are two ways," but the brain system "does not exist", but said that "they are actively foreseeable in the future," said the researcher, led by specialist Assaf Breska. Science Daily Portal
Thus, one of these internal mechanisms is based on past experiences and is related to the cerebellum, the other is related to rhythm and basal ganglion.
Rhythm-based system "is sensitive to periodic events, such as language and music". On the other hand, "interval systems offer a more general predictive power, even if they are not rhythmic signals corresponding to regular regularity".
An example of the first situation would be to move the body before the first warning we expected, while in the second, the accelerator pedal would be pressed by pressing the second segment of the second.
These findings can challenge us with the idea that they face in our every need of time, and if one of these "neural clock" fails, others can do their work. (Taken from RT)