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UCSB Researchers Say We’re Learning More About How Brain Guides Motor Actions

Posted on Monday, June 18, 2012 11:40am


Every day, we perform actions like typing in a computer password, or dialing a phone number without giving them a second thought. But, how does our brain process information like this, and turn it into movements?

KClU’S Lance Orozco reports some UC Santa Barbara researchers say a study is proving new insight into what’s know as “motor chunking”.

Click on link to listen to/download story: UCSB Brain Motor Chunking Research


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