Study: Neurons can shift how they process information about motion

June 15, 2020

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New Rochester research indicates that brain cells can shift how they process the motion of objects and other aspects of the environment as people themselves move in the world. (Getty Images)

New Rochester research indicates some neurons may be more adept than previously thought in helping you perceive the motion of objects while you move through the world.

The findings may have implications for developing future prosthetics and for understanding some brain disorders.