Latest Motor control Stories
People not only use their eyes to see, but also to move. It takes less than a fraction of a second to execute the loop that travels from the brain to the eyes, and then to the hands and/or arms.
Practicing your timing and rhythmicity can make you a more precise and stable golfer or soccer player.
People with schizophrenia often misinterpret what they see and experience in the world.
Co-founder Paul Zeir has compiled compelling evidence linking music education to enhanced brain development in children.
We might have more in common with a lamprey than we think.
Anyone who has tried to learn a second language knows how difficult it is to absorb new words and use them to accurately express ideas in a completely new cultural format.
When reading text or listening to someone speak, we construct rich mental models that allow us to draw conclusions about other people, objects, actions, events, mental states and contexts.
Shifting the emphasis from gaze to hand, a study by Indiana University cognitive scientists provides compelling evidence for a new and possibly dominant way for social partners -- in this case, 1-year-olds and their parents -- to coordinate the process of joint attention, a key component of parent-child communication and early language learning.
A playful painting activity and a laundry list of ideas that develop fine motor skills have been released on Kids Activities Blog.
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