Motor Signals in the Brain Actually Sharpen Sound Perception

and this effect is increased when we move in rhythm with the sound. The motor system controls eye and other body part movements to orient our gaze and limbs to explore our spatial environment. However, because ears are immobile it was less clear what role …
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