- v. present participle of neuroimage.
“The spectrum of lissencephaly is only now becoming more defined as neuroimaging and”
“The spectrum of lissencephaly is only now becoming more defined as neuroimaging and genetics has provided more insights into migration disorders.”
“We have scientifically demonstrated that you can, to some extent, use neuroimaging in a group of people to predict cultural popularity," proclaimed Gregory Berns, who styles himself a "neuroeconomist.”
“The best that the neuroimaging could do was to match up with about a third of the songs in the study that went on to modest sales.”
“This isn't rainbows and unicorns stuff, we're talking science: prefrontal cortex, amygdala, neuroimaging and neuron function with real world implications for education, public policy, health care and business.”
“With the use of high-tech neuroimaging gadgets like functional magnetic resonance imaging machines (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG), we re slowly understanding how meditation affects the brain”
“With the use of high-tech neuroimaging gadgets like functional magnetic resonance imaging machines (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG), we're slowly understanding how meditation affects the brain.”
“We also have suggestive evidence from neuroimaging studies designed by Gregory Berns' team at Emory University, that people tend to process sacred values in parts of the brain that are devoted to rule-bound behavior rather than utilitarian calculation of costs and benefits.”
“But the faculty of speech cannot be studied in animals, and the resolution of techniques used to investigate the living human brain, such as functional neuroimaging, is too low to examine brain activity in any great detail.”
“And my previous experience in other neuroimaging studies was no help.”
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