andrewducker + mri   41

And now, a banana in an MRI machine.
It makes me happy that I already had tags for both "banana" and "MRI".
banana  mri 
november 2014 by andrewducker
Differences in brain structure in transexuals show that something very interesting is going on.
Female-to-male transsexual people had white matter in specific regions that resembled a male brain, Male-to-female transexuals had white matter that was halfway between male and female brains.
brain  transgender  lgbt  neuroscience  science  mri  psychology 
january 2011 by andrewducker
People with autism have problem with self-awareness
The atypical way the autistic brain treats self-relevant information as equivalent to information about others could derail a child's social development, particularly in understanding how they relate to the social world around them.
autism  brain  psychology  mri 
december 2009 by andrewducker
Brain scans identify the most sociable people
The scans revealed that people who most value the company of others have, on average, more dense grey matter in two areas of the brain known as the orbitofrontal cortex and the ventral striatum.
sociability  mri  introversion  extroversion  psychology 
may 2009 by andrewducker
Brain Scanner Can Tell What You're Looking At
Okay, so it's pretty basic right now, but it's getting there - another few years...
biology  brain  future  neuroscience  technology  mri  medicine 
march 2008 by andrewducker
Brain scan 'sees hidden thoughts'
MRI scans can tell which option people are thinking about
BBC  MRI  technology  brain 
april 2005 by andrewducker

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