13 April 2011

Chinese eyes move faster

University of Liverpool have discovered that eye movement patterns of the Chinese differ from Caucasians living in Britain.

To help them understand more about how brains work, the study investigated the eye movements of Chinese people, born and raised in China and Britons. The University of Liverpool team found that a type of eye movement, rare in the British, is common in Chinese. The study also suggests that there could be subtle differences in brain function between different populations.

Read the article in full at studentguardian.co.uk

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