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Increasing Synchronization through Multi-Tasking

In the eye-tracking study, healthy subjects who were asked to remember five words while tracking the target showed increased synchronization and performance improvement, while brain-injured subjects given the same task did not improve. Bahar hopes that these projects will lead to the development of new techniques for measuring brain injury on the battlefield.

The Physics of Seizures

Sonya Bahar
Associate Professor, Biophysics
UM St. Louis

By Brittany Barr