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University of Oregon

Edward Vogel, University of Oregon

Caption: University of Oregon psychology professor Edward Vogel used EEG and eye-tracking technologies to gather fundamental information about how the brain "hands off" an object being tracked as it moves from one hemisphere to the other.

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