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Glowing Thoughts

Dirk Jancke (BGCN and RUB Bochum) studies motion perception in the brain (March 2017).

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From vision to hand action

Göttingen neuroscientists decipher how our brain controls grasping movements (August 2016)

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Darks are conveyed faster than lights

Bochum scientists show that contrasts between object and background lead to activity waves in the brain that support movement perception (February 2016).

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One brain area, two planning strategies

Göttingen researchers unravel how the brain plans arm movements. In the parietal cortex, two neuronal groups pursue different planning strategies (March 2015).

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The effects of deep brain stimulation on movement disorders

For the first time, Berlin scientists have successfully described the physiological processes during deep brain stimulation in patients with dystonia (January 2015).

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