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Fast or slow? Interplay of rhythms makes brain centers communicate

Neuroscientists say differing rhythms coordinate the neural activity governing body movement. Although we are seldom aware of it, even simple motor actions like lifting a hand depend on complex communication processes between multiple structures in different parts of the brain. Recent studies show that rhythmic activities of groups of neurons may be fundamental to neuronal communication.
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