Study challenges traditional views on how the brain processes movement and sensation

Our body movements profoundly impact how our brain processes sensory information. Historically, it was believed that the brain’s primary motor cortex played a key role in modulating sensory experiences during movement. However, a new study led by researchers from Fujita Health University has challenged this view.

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