Why We are Always Learning to Move: The Science and Engineering of Adaptive Brains - UCTV - University of California Television
Why We are Always Learning to Move: The Science and Engineering of Adaptive Brains
Premiere Date: 6/25/2012; 89 minutes


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The ability to flexibly and adaptively integrate information from a variety of sources is a fundamental feature of brain function, from higher cognition to sensory and motor processing. Philip N. Sabes, UCSF Associate Professor of Physiology, explores what the underlying neural mechanisms are for movement. (#23803)

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