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Researchers Get a Glimpse of What Free Will Looks Like in the Brain

Unlike most brain studies where scientists watch as people respond to cues or commands, Johns Hopkins researchers found a way to observe people’s brain activity as they made choices entirely on their own, pinpointing the parts of the brain involved in decision-making and action

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