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[Neuroscience] Re: Brain and awarness

Glen M. Sizemore gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 28 17:24:35 EST 2006


"Glen M. Sizemore" <gmsizemore2 at yahoo.com> wrote in message 
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> "Johan" <rwferge at spammail.com> wrote in message 
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>> Hi! Is it correct that it takes about 0.5 second to become aware of
>> something that creates a neurological reaction in the brain?
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>> When we hit the baseball the time is less than 0.5 second from when it 
>> left
>> the hand. How can we then see it leave the hand and hit it perfectly with
>> practise?
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> It is not clear that your premises are correct, but a partial answer is 
> that our behavior is under stimulus control of aspects of the pitcher's 
> motion that precede the release of the pitch. The stimulus control is 
> subtle, and it is unlikely that even good hitters cannot articulate what 
> is controlling their behavior.

Oops. I should have said: The stimulus control is subtle, and it is unlikely 
that even good hitters CAN articulate what is controlling
their behavior.

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>> Thanks!
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