It’s a well established fact—and intuitive truth—that vision guides movement, and that information flows readily from the visual cortex to motor centers. However, the inverse relation is far less well understood. Does engaging in movement affect how our vision is processed? Three researchers from City College of New York, USA, devised a clever experiment to test this hypothesis. Their results are published in the European Journal of Neuroscience.
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