Latest Functional magnetic resonance imaging Stories

2009-11-29 08:49:46

Researchers using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to study brain activation have found that men and women respond differently to positive and negative stimuli.

2009-11-13 15:51:00

NORTH CHICAGO, Ill., Nov. 13 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Research that is targeting the early diagnosis of Alzheimer disease has drawn national attention to the work of Michael Seidenberg, PhD, a faculty member at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Dr.

2009-11-10 18:33:29

Universite de Montreal study published in PNAS.

2009-11-09 09:10:00

Weizmann Institute scientists reveal how some aromas are bound up in our memories.

2009-11-05 14:11:04

Common experience tells us that particular scents of childhood can leave quite an impression, for better or for worse.

2009-11-03 12:36:01

A study published this week in PNAS provides a comprehensive comparative functional anatomy study in human and monkey brains which reveals highly similar brain networks preserved across evolution.

2009-10-20 07:40:42

You can teach an old dog new tricks, say UCLA scientists who found that middle-aged and older adults with little Internet experience were able to trigger key centers in the brain that control decision-making and complex reasoning after just one week of surfing the Web.

2009-10-13 05:30:00

LONDON, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Eastern Europe is poised to be the market to tap into in the near future for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) manufacturers. These countries have budgets allocated to improve their healthcare systems after becoming members of the European Union (EU).

2009-09-18 07:00:00

BERKELEY, Calif., Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- NeuroFocus, the world's leading neuromarketing company, announced that it has named Dr. Steven L. Miller to lead its neurological testing laboratory facilities.

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