Our Brains Might Use Our Sense of Touch To Focus on Coordination: Study
“There’s a common misconception that the brain sends a signal, and you perform the resulting movement. But in reality, the brain is constantly incorporating feedback.”
Rohitha Naraharisetty is a Senior Associate Editor at The Swaddle. She writes about the intersection of gender, caste, social movements, and pop culture. She can be found on Instagram at @rohitha_97 or on Twitter at @romimacaronii.