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Brain

15

Feb'17

When Choosing Your Next Move, Your Brain Is Always Ready for Plan B

Whether we're navigating a route to work or browsing produce at the grocery store, our brains are constantly making decisions about movement: Should I cross the street now or at the intersection? Should I reach for the red apple or the green apple? When you're presented with two options, your brain's motor neurons prep for both possibilities before you've decided which action to take...

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15

Feb'17

Brain Study: Motor Cortex Contributes to Word Comprehension

New research suggest that language-specialised brain areas work in constant interaction with areas known to support other cognitive processes, such as perception and action.

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