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Participating in brain-imaging studies: What is it like?

Having worked and studied within Psychology for several years now, I have read many, many research articles that utilise neuro-imaging techniques including fMRI, PET, MEG and EEG. 886 more words

Psychology

First evidence provided that in normal aging cell density is preserved throughout the human brain.

New, ultra-high-field magnetic resonance images (MRI) of the brain by researchers at the University of Illinois provide the most detailed images to date to show that while the brain shrinks with age, brain cell density remains constant. 525 more words

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Can Your Brain Really Be "Full"?

Neuroimaging aids investigation into what happens in the brain when we try to remember information that’s very similar to what we already know 872 more words

SCIENCE

Why Colin Firth should stick to acting, not neuroscience

Some tips for other BBC employees interested in authoring peer-reviewed journal articles without having a clue, taken from
Kanai, R., Feilden, T., Firth, C., & Rees, G. 1,065 more words

Further Neuroimaging Evidence for the Deficit Subtype of Schizophrenia

Importance  The clinical heterogeneity of schizophrenia has hindered neurobiological investigations aimed at identifying neural correlates of the disorder.

Objective  To identify network-based biomarkers across the spectrum of impairment present in schizophrenia by separately evaluating individuals with deficit and nondeficit subtypes of this disorder. 372 more words

MEDICINE

Porsche take EEG marketing bollocks to the next level

The arrival of cheap, portable EEG (electroencephalography) equipment in the last ten years has been a bit of a mixed blessing. On the one hand, you have initiatives like the… 502 more words

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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

fMRI basics

Functional magnetic resonance imaging, or fMRI, is a technique that provides information on brain activity. It works by detecting the changes in blood oxygenation and flow that occur in response to neural activity – when a brain area is more active it consumes more oxygen and to meet this increased demand blood flow increases to the active area. 2,007 more words

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