- magnet- + -o- + encephalography; compare magnetencephalography (Wiktionary)
“All of the editions of the BBC programme are archived on the website as realaudio streams, and the first programme covers the psychology of negotation, happiness and a relatively new method of brain scanning called magnetoencephalography or MEG.”
“PTSD many of them U.S. combat veterans, 18 PTSD patients in remission and 284 people without the condition, researchers used a technique called magnetoencephalography, also known as MEG, to detect magnetic charges given off when neurons in the brain connect and communicate.”
“Using a brain imaging device called magnetoencephalography, which measures how the brain processes information, a team at the University of Minnesota and the Minneapolis VA Medical Centre found differences in brain activity between people with PTSD and healthy people.”
“Journal of Neural Engineering, brain researcher Apostolos Georgopoulos argues that his team has found, through the brain scanning technique called magnetoencephalography (MEG),”
“The next step is to try to record the signals with a non-invasive technique, such as magnetoencephalography, which measures electrical activity in the brain via changes in the magnetic field, ‘Nature’ says.”
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““No one has done [MEGs on young children] in a systematic and vigorous way before,” says Steven Stufflebeam, the director of clinical magnetoencephalography at the Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital.”
“There are exciting research possibilities with 3T MR imaging, 64-detector CT scanning, PET/CT imaging, and magnetoencephalography.”
“He says that using magnetoencephalography, we can read the brain's neural energy patterns outside the body, providing, "physical proof that brain activity is broadcast into the environment.”
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