Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Understanding People's Visual Tracking Abilities
"When tracking a moving object, the two halves of the human brain operate much like runners successfully passing a baton during a relay race, says a University of Oregon researcher," according to a post on Medical News Today. "In a study online ahead of print in Current Biology, electroencephalogram (EEG) measured brainwaves from healthy young adults revealed how information about an attended object - one being watched closely - moves from one brain hemisphere to the other." Read more.