Medical Xpress: First identification of brain’s preparation for action

| Posted in Brain Education, Brain Health, Brain Research

Neuroscientists at Bangor University and University College London have for the first time, identified the processes which occur in our brains milliseconds before we undertake a series of movements, crucial for speech, handwriting, sports or playing a musical instrument. They have done so by measuring tiny magnetic fields outside the participants’ head and identifying unique patterns making up each sequence before it is executed. (February 7, 2019)

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