How do we study living brains? - John Borghi and Elizabeth Waters
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How do the techniques described in this video fit in with others used in the field in neuroscience? This article describes how these techniques fit together with those employed by researchers who study animal models.
As described in the article above, the spatial resolution of the PET is actually quite similar to that of fMRI. What makes PET more precise is the number of different tracers that can be used to look at brain activity in different ways.
You might have heard that there has been a lot of discussion about the validity of results of fMRI experiments recently. Here is a well-researched article that dives into the main issues.
Neuroimaging techniques have allowed scientists to debunk many myths about the brain. Check out this TED-ED video and this one.
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