Neuroimaging consists of a specific group of biological living tissue imaging methods aimed at imaging the living brain. These are used to determine the structure of the brain, or more frequntly, to determine how information is processed by the brain, by following the activiy patterns and oxygen supply patterns of thoughts in real-time.
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Past events leave unique "memory traces" in the hippocampus of the brain that can be distinguished from one another in fMRI brain scans, a study at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at University College London has found.
Scientists from Maastricht University in the Netherlands have developed a method to look into the brain of a person and read out who has spoken to him or her and what was said. With the help of neuroimaging and data mining techniques the re...
A computer does better than a doctor at diagnosing Alzheimer's from brain scans: trained computers had a 96% diagnosis success rate analysing a clinical MRI scan, compared to an 85% success rate for doctors using standard scans, blood test...
Neuroscientists at New York University and Harvard University have identified the neural systems involved in forming first impressions of others. The findings, which show how we encode social information and then evaluate it in making these...
High levels of brain energy are required to maintain consciousness, a finding which suggests a new way to understand the properties of this still mysterious state of being, Yale University researchers report.
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