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Predicting When a Sound Will Occur Relies on the Brain's Motor System

01 Nov 2017 12:00 | Tracey Marsh (Administrator)


Predicting when a sound will occur relies on the brain’s motor system

New research from the Montreal Neurological Institute of McGill University has found that the brain’s motor system can predict when a sound will occur and send this information to the auditory regions so they can prepare to interpret the sound. The researchers say that a better understanding of the link between movement and auditory processing could one day mean better therapies for people with hearing or speech comprehension problems: http://bit.ly/2yZhV10

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