Neuroimaging

A review of neuroimaging-related content on Genes to Cognition Online.

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2266. Neuroimaging - review

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.

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873. Electroencephalogram (EEG)

Electroencephalogram (EEG) recordings measure electrical activity in the brain that is the result of electrochemical signaling between neurons.

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1153. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI)

Professor Trevor Robbins describes functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) technology, which is used to take detailed images of the functioning brain.

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828. The Brain and Sleep

Researchers are using neuroimaging to look at what happens in the whole brain during sleep.

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1163. Neuroimaging and Schizophrenia

Professor Daniel Weinberger describes how neuroimaging techniques are being used to examine the brains of schizophrenic patients.

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864. Imaging Technology

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.

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800. Imaging Alzheimer's Disease

Neuroimaging techniques help scientists visualize Alzheimer's disease before the disease becomes debilitating.

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1293. Neuroethics - The Issues

The Dana Review summarizes emergent issues in the area of neuroethics.

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2089. Comparing neuroimaging techniques

Professor Wayne Drevets discusses the advantages of using different neuroimaging techniques, such as MEG and PET, to solve particular research questions.

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824. Your Brain at Rest

What is the brain doing when it is being asked to do nothing in particular?

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