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News   Dec 13, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Washington

 
Attention, Please!

This colored “scalp map” (viewed from the top of a child’s head with the nose forward), shows the average amount of brain activity measured by EEG sensors one second prior to a tap delivered to the middle finger of the child’s left or right hand. The image shows that children’s brains register a change in activity in predicted regions (see the dark blue on the scalp map) after they are primed to which hand will receive a tap, in the second prior to receiving the touch. Weiss, et al.

 
 
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