- Scans reveal the region of the brain that 'shuts down' under pressure
- Dr Michiko Yoshie and her colleagues Professor Hugo Critchley, Dr Neil Harrison, and Dr Yoko Nagai were able to pinpoint the brain area that causes the performance mishaps during an experiment using functional magnetic resonance neuroimaging (fMRI).
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- Analysis was performed using SPM8 (http://www.fil.ion.
- Where does 'creativity' happen in your brain?
- If this is right, creativity doesn't merit elevation to the status of a cohesive entity that is detectable by present-day neuroimaging technology.
- Bah humbug. There's a scientific reason some people lack Christmas cheer
- Neuroimaging is so notorious for spurious findings, such as when researchers reported interesting patterns of brain activity in a dead salmon, that some neuroscientists have taken to calling it blobology or neuro-bollocks, a term the Copenhagen team ...
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- Current neuroimaging technology works only when someone is basically immobilized. As a result, it's been challenging to study brain activity when people do what they do during their waking hours.
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