Eye Movement Differs in British and Chinese Populations, University of Liverpool Study Reveals

Published: Mar 24, 2011

EurekAlert! -- The team, working with Sichuan University in Chengdu, China, investigated eye movements in Chinese and British people to further understanding of the brain mechanisms that control them and how they compare between different human populations. They found that a type of eye movement, that is rare in British people, is much more common in Chinese people, suggesting that there could be subtle differences in brain function between different populations.

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