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Practice Makes Your Brain More Efficient, Speeds Up Motor Reaction Times

News   Aug 17, 2018 | Original Story form John Hopkins University School of Medicine

 
Practice Makes Your Brain More Efficient, Speeds Up Motor Reaction Times

Participants sat in front of a computer monitor and made reaching movements while holding a handle, whose position was recorded on a digitizing tablet. Credit: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Cell Reports

 
 
 

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