Paying attention makes touch-sensing brain cells fire rapidly and in sync

Whether we’re paying attention to something we see can be discerned by monitoring the firings of specific groups of brain cells. Now, new work from Johns Hopkins shows that the same holds true for the sense of touch. The study brings researchers closer to understanding how animals’ thoughts and feelings affect their perception of external stimuli. —> Read More Here


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *