A review of neuroimaging-related content on Genes to Cognition Online.
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Bridging the gap between descriptions of human behaviors and underlying neural events has been a dream of both psychologists and neuroscientists for quite some time.
Electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings measure electrical activity in the brain that is the result of electrochemical signaling between neurons.
Professor Trevor Robbins describes functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) technology, which is used to take detailed images of the functioning brain.
Researchers are using neuroimaging to look at what happens in the whole brain during sleep.
Professor Daniel Weinberger describes how neuroimaging techniques are being used to examine the brains of schizophrenic patients.
Images from brain scans and new microscopy techniques are offering a strikingly clear glimpse of what’s going on underneath the bumpy surface of our skulls.
Neuroimaging techniques help scientists visualize Alzheimer's disease before the disease becomes debilitating.
The Dana Review summarizes emergent issues in the area of neuroethics.
Professor Wayne Drevets discusses the advantages of using different neuroimaging techniques, such as MEG and PET, to solve particular research questions.
What is the brain doing when it is being asked to do nothing in particular?