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Favourite brain scanning technique?
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Favourite brain scanning technique?
B- brain what 😭
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Favourite brain scanning technique?
f-MRI, closely followed by PET.
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(Original post by Mo0nBunny)
B- brain what 😭
Brain scanning technique :dance:

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f-MRI, closely followed by PET.
fMRI's too! :five: but they have really bad temporal resolution compared to other neuroimaging techniques, because there's a 5 second time lag between the image and firing of neurons so you don't actually know what's being represented on the screen. My second favourite are EEG's because they're used in epilepsy and diagnosis of sleep disorders (but they're not as good because it doenst allow you to examine the deeper parts of your brain like your brain stem. Unless its invasive but that sounds way too complicated :lol:)
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Brain scanning technique :dance:


fMRI's too! :five: but they have really bad temporal resolution compared to other neuroimaging techniques, because there's a 5 second time lag between the image and firing of neurons so you don't actually know what's being represented on the screen. My second favourite are EEG's because they're used in epilepsy and diagnosis of sleep disorders (but they're not as good because it doenst allow you to examine the deeper parts of your brain like your brain stem. Unless its invasive but that sounds way too complicated :lol:)
Idk I’d this will sound stupid but what’s brain scanning techniques....😅
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Idk if this will sound stupid but what’s brain scanning techniques....😅
Have a look at this, it's so interesting!! https://psychcentral.com/lib/types-o...g-techniques#1
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Brain scanning technique :dance:


fMRI's too! :five: but they have really bad temporal resolution compared to other neuroimaging techniques, because there's a 5 second time lag between the image and firing of neurons so you don't actually know what's being represented on the screen. My second favourite are EEG's because they're used in epilepsy and diagnosis of sleep disorders (but they're not as good because it doenst allow you to examine the deeper parts of your brain like your brain stem. Unless its invasive but that sounds way too complicated :lol:)
PETs are cool too, have you seen one? They show you all the different metastatic hotspots of cancers which have spread around the body (the cancer is not cool but the image is).
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(Original post by Hellohsjakodsmka)
Have a look at this, it's so interesting!! https://psychcentral.com/lib/types-o...g-techniques#1
Thank you :bunny:
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PETs are cool too, have you seen one? They show you all the different metastatic hotspots of cancers which have spread around the body (the cancer is not cool but the image is).
OMG YES THEY'RE SO COOL! I haven't seen the actual PET machine, just the scans results but it's still fun to analyse :emo:
(I was actually doing some research about how they're used for prostate cancer the other day, for interviews *wink wink nudge nudge*)
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