Two dozen college-aged men from both Duke and UNC who had passed a basketball literacy test their true their true fan base, were an edited tape of the 3rd February 2000 game at UNC Dean Smith Center, which Duke won 90 shown – 86 in overtime. They watched the full game three times with a few like-minded friends , and then went into an MRI machine individually on a series of 12 – second clips watch until the shot. Each of the 64 taped segments ends as a player shot, shot, and the subjects had to answer in the basket in the basket or went.
These brain regions function together to improve memory, particularly for emotionally intense plays, said LaBar, who associate professor of associate professor of psychology and neuroscience. Continue reading