When choosing your next move, your brain is always ready for plan B

Posted by on February 14, 2017 5:04 pm
Categories: health

Whether we’re navigating a route to work or browsing produce at the grocery store, our brains are constantly making decisions about movement: Should I cross the street now or at the intersection? Should I reach for the red apple or the green apple? When you’re presented with two options, your brain’s motor neurons prep for both possibilities before you’ve decided which action to take, say researchers.

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