Neuroscientists can read brain activity to predict decisions 11 seconds before people act

Free will, from a neuroscience perspective, can look like quite quaint. In a study published this week in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers in Australia were able to predict basic choices participants made 11 seconds before they consciously declared their decisions.

https://qz.com/1569158/neuroscientists-read-unconscious-brain-activity-to-predict-decisions

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