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A problem with functional MRI studies

One of the problems with any type research is the tendency to find what we are looking for. Over the past few years thousands of studies have been done looking at how functional MRI can identify areas of increased metabolic activity in the brain associated with the performance of specific mental functions. This information has then been used at times to try to reinforce the… // Read More »

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