Category: Sensory Integration

Neural basis of balance control

Balance control is an essential part of everyday life, allowing us to move around and interact with our environment without falling over. The neural basis of balance control is an area of active research in neuroscience, with implications for understanding the mechanisms of motor control, sensory integration, and motor learning. This article explores the neural basis of balance control and its potential applications in the development of prosthetic devices and rehabilitation strategies for people with balance disorders.

Neural basis of the thalamus and sensory processing

The thalamus is a crucial region of the brain that plays a key role in sensory processing, relay, and integration. It also participates in cognitive functions such as memory and learning. This blog post provides an overview of the neural basis of the thalamus and sensory processing. The post provides an understanding of key terminologies and explores some examples that highlight the importance of the thalamus in sensory processing. The post also discusses the potential applications of research on the thalamus in neuroscience and clinical practice.