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Our brains take rhythmic snapshots of the world as we walk – and we never knew

By Matthew Davidson, Postdoctoral research fellow, lecturer, University of Sydney
Psychology researchers have used virtual reality to find our brains oscillate with each step – an intriguing finding to better understand how we see the world.The Conversation

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