Brain Rhythm Associated With Learning Also Linked to Running Speed, Study Shows

Brain Rhythm Associated With Learning Also Linked to Running Speed, Study Shows

Rhythms in the brain that are associated with learning become stronger as the body moves faster, UCLA neurophysicists report in a new study. "The gamma rhythm is known to be controlled by attention and learning, but we find it is also governed by how fast you are running," said Mehta, an associate professor of physics and astronomy, neurology, and neurobiology and the senior author of the study. Read the Full Article at: ScienceDaily.com

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