Functional Neuroimaging

The examples of Functional Neuroimaging include fMRI, PET, and SPECT. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) An fMRI assesses the metabolic activity in an area of the nervous system with associated neural activity. It is one of the least expensive methods and one of the more commonly used methods in neuropsychological research. Positron Emission Topography (PET) PET scan produces a realtime […]

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Neuroimaging Techniques

Neuroimaging is a method by which parts of the nervous system (central and peripheral) are observed with regards to their structure and activity. There are two categories of neuroimaging techniques: Functional: a type of neuroimaging technique that measures blood flow in a part of the nervous system. Structural: a type of neuroimaging technique that takes still […]

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