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Rini Patel 2021-11-15
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The ‘Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Report’ is a comprehensive and in-depth study on the size, share, growth, trends, demand and estimation with a focus on the latest development. The broad neuromarketing technology market has been sub-grouped into technology. com/contact/neuromarketing-technology-market/download-sampleBy Technology·        Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging·        Electroencephalography (EEG)·        Steady State Topography·        Eye Tracking·        Magnetoencephalography (MEG)Browse Full Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Research Report With TOC At: https://www. The key players in the neuromarketing technology market include Behavior and Brain Lab, Cadwell Industries Inc. Purchase complete Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Research Report At: https://www.
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Richard Lee 2018-03-26
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It may look like something befitting Halloween’s Michael Myers, but the device pictured above is actually a breakthrough in neuroscience—a portable, wearable brain scanner that can monitor neural activity while a person is moving.

But measuring someone’s brain activity while they’re wired up and packed like a sardine into a giant scanner has its limits.

For one, it can be hard to measure the cognitive development of babies and children, who tend not to stay very still.

And it’s difficult to study things like spatial navigation and movement disorders, which require people to, you know, move around.

While the new scanner certainly isn’t fashion-forward, it could open up a host of new applications for brain scanning.

The project was developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham and University College London and is described this week in Nature.

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Mattie Wright 2016-08-31
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Trained dogs by the scanner.

The next time you want to praise your dog, use a positive word or phrase it knows— and say it in a praising way.

That s the finding of new research that reveals that both words and tone matter when humans communicate with canines.

Researchers studied 13 trained dogs in Hungary.

The canines were analyzed under a functional MRI machine, which looked at blood flow in their brains.

A recording played different words, spoken by their trainer with different tones.

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Reginald Carson 2017-01-01

As lifespans continue to get longer it s becoming more important than ever to understand how humanity will maintain its mental capabilities in old age.

Some scientists have been studying so-called Superagers in order to understand what steps are necessary to keep a brain functioning at its best.

The term Superager was first defined by the neurologist Marsel Mesulam to categorize people whose memory and attention span isn t just better than average for their age but is closer to that of a healthy 25-year-old.

Along with a team of researchers, Lisa Feldman Barrett has been studying superagers and recently published findings that might help us better understand how this group differs from the norm.

Barrett writes in the New York Times:

Our lab used functional magnetic resonance imaging to scan and compare the brains of 17 superagers with those of other people of similar age.

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John Applebaum 2020-07-23
(Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology) Researchers have developed a new approach to compare changes in neural communication using electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging simultaneously. The approach allows them to assess the association between the two measurements and better understand neural connectivity changes over time.
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Clifford Ketcham 2017-03-09
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Despite what much of the mainstream media would have you believe, a new study has shown that playing violent video games does not turn you into some kind of deranged psychopath.

With more and more scientific studies examining the effects of video games on people, it’s becoming clear that gaming is not only cognitively beneficial but has no long-term detrimental effects in regards to a gamer's empathy.

In a recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology, Dr. Gregor Szycik and his staff of the Hannover Medical School examined the brains of long term gamers and non-gamers with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

They saw that when both groups were exposed to emotionally provocative imagery that they reacted the same way, showing that playing games doesn’t numb a gamer’s empathy.

In short, playing violent video games doesn't desensitize you long term in regards to similarly violent real world acts.

What’s more, the gamers were ordered to not play any video games at least three hours before the test, though some exceeded this duration.

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David Cox 2016-06-09
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Nielsen's investment in neuromarketing research company NeuroFocus helped to increased credibility of neuromarketing, and provide additional brain power yes, pun intended!

The Weather Channel: Marketers implemented EEG, eye-tracking and skin response techniques to measure viewer reactions to different promotional trailers for one of its popular series.

Daimler: Marketers used fMRI research to shape an ad campaign featuring car headlights that resembled human faces, which caused a reaction that tied to the reward center of the brain.

fMRI Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a functional neuroimaging procedure using MRI technology that measures brain activity by detecting changes associated with blood flow, according to Wikipedia.

Try to incorporate as many senses as possible with an ad campaign.

Make sure you articulate the gain vs. pain tradeoff clearly, as our brains are wired to either seek pleasure and/or avoid pain.

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John Wyckoff 2016-07-07
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It's the luvvies who went mad for fMRI neurobabble

Special Report If the fMRI brain-scanning fad is well and truly over, then many fashionable intellectual ideas look like collateral damage, too.

There was no science to speak of, the results of the experiments were effectively meaningless, and couldn t support the often contradictory conclusions being touted.

The fMRI machine was a very expensive way of legitimising an anecdote.

It seemed unbelievable to us that activity in this specific brain area could account for so much of the variance in walking speed, explained Vul.

They were also feeding an insatiable demand.

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Sandra Wilson 2016-07-10
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The stereotype concerning someone with anger issues is that they just have bad impulse control.

You joke that they haven t slept in a week, they start screaming.

But it may be that people blow up not because they can t hold in their feelings, but because of poor social processing that makes them think your sleep comment was actually you telling them they re completely incompetent.

In a new study published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, University of Chicago neuroscientists used fMRI to to measure the white matter in the brains of people with intermittent explosive disorder.

They found that, for people with the anger disorder, white matter in an area called the superior longitudinal fasciculus was less dense than in people that had other psychiatric disorders or were otherwise healthy.

The SLF area is the information superhighway that connects the frontal lobe with the parietal lobe.

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Pavan Ishi 2021-09-29

Brain Mapping Instruments Market: IntroductionBrain mapping is an integral part of contemporary neurosurgery.

Brain mapping provides essential information of the structure and function of a human brain.Brain mapping instruments identify abnormalities such as tumors, seizures, and physical injuries to the brain such as concussionEloquent regions of the cortex such as motor, somatosensory, Wernicke’s, and Broca are mapped either preoperatively or intraoperative using brain mapping instruments.

Significant technological advancements in brain mapping instruments is projected to boost the growth of the global brain mapping instruments market.

Extensive adoption of non-invasive techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography is anticipated to drive the global market during the forecast period, as these techniques can perform multiple neuroimaging tests with minimal discomfort to patient.Request a PDF Brochure - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B_id=73943Key Drivers of Global Brain Mapping Instruments MarketThe global brain mapping instruments market is likely to be driven by increase in the geriatric population.

Hence, rise in prevalence of neurodegenerative diseases is anticipated to drive the global brain mapping instruments market during the forecast period.According to Alzheimer’s Association estimates, population aged 65 and older in the U.S. is likely to increase from 55 million in 2019 to 88 million by 2050Request For Custom Research - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=CR_id=73943 Increase in research activity in brain research drives demand for modern research methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).

According to rental contract agreement, end-users pay certain amount per brain mapping performed using brain mapping instruments installed free of cost by manufacturers.

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John Burns 2017-03-09
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Researchers in Germany recently conducted a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on long-term players of violent video games.

They set out to prove their hypothesis that gamers have reduced empathy when compared to non-gamers because of, you know, the violent video games.

In other words, playing violent video games does not negatively impact on your empathy, according to this, and the vast majority of studies on the subject over the years.

Some studies have even shown playing event violent video games can decrease aggression in gamers, provided they don't have a pre-existing anti-social personality disorder.

The fact is, a link between violent media - such as violent movies and video games, and real-life aggression and violence, has been discussed and analysed since these types of media have existed.

Previous studies have shown that people who play violent video games can be desensitised towards emotional stimuli (such as violence), and show decreased empathy, and increased aggression.

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Mildred Billups 2018-05-07
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We’re betting that it wasn’t quite as noteworthy as a recent day enjoyed in the labs at Germany’s Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB), where researchers set out to explore the neurobiology of one of the natural world’s largest, toothiest reptiles.

Their methodology: Scan a live crocodile’s brain in an fMRI machine while playing it the classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach.

“Crocodiles count among the most ancient species of vertebrates and have barely changed over the space of more than 200 million years,” Mehdi Behroozi, a researcher on the project, told Digital Trends.

Analyses of crocodile brains thus provide deep insights into the evolution of the nervous system in mammals and may help us understand at which point certain brain structures and behaviors associated therewith were formed.”

The Nile crocodile was borrowed from a local zoo each day of the experiment.

Transferred to an animal scanning center, it was mildly sedated and then fixed in a restraining apparatus for the duration of scanning.

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Luke Hall 2016-12-05
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Some amazing things are possible using functional MRI fMRI technology, but until now it s still resembled somewhat of a blunt instrument in some ways: able to spot trends in thought, but not quite quick enough to detect the kind of subtle neuronal activity that s associated with higher order brain functions.

That may be changing thanks to new rapid fMRI technology, capable of detecting brain oscillations around 10 times faster than previously possible.

This is possible using the same MRI scanner, but by utilizing a new pulse sequence technique — a bit like an over-the-air software upgrade that doesn t require any change in hardware.

In a new study carried out at Harvard Medical School and the Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, researchers applied this fast fMRI tech in an attempt to track brain activity during human thought for the first time.

The results could help neuroscientists drill down far more accurately on brain activity, to not just find broad trends in fMRI data, but specific insights into the way the brain acts at various times — including hard-to-measure ones like under anesthesia and during hallucinations.

Right now, we can say whether a picture prompts an emotional response in someone, Laura D. Lewis, first author on the paper, told Digital Trends.

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James Finch 2016-07-08
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The most sophisticated, widely adopted, and important tool for looking at living brain activity actually does no such thing.

Called functional magnetic resonance imaging, what it really does is scan for the magnetic signatures of oxygen-rich blood.

That s why neuroscientists use special statistics to filter out noise in their fMRIs, verifying that the shaded blobs they see pulsing across their computer screens actually relate to blood flowing through the brain.

If those filters don t work, an fMRI scan is about as useful at detecting neuronal activity as your dad s brain sucking alien hand trick.

And a new paper suggests that might actually be the case for thousands of fMRI studies over the past 15 years.

The paper, published June 29 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, threw 40,000 fMRI studies done over the past 15 years into question.

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Janet Gaines 2017-03-09
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Researchers in Germany recently conducted a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on long-term players of violent video games.

They set out to prove their hypothesis that gamers have reduced empathy when compared to non-gamers because of, you know, the violent video games.

In other words, playing violent video games does not negatively impact on your empathy, according to this, and the vast majority of studies on the subject over the years.

Some studies have even shown playing event violent video games can decrease aggression in gamers, provided they don't have a pre-existing anti-social personality disorder.

The fact is, a link between violent media - such as violent movies and video games, and real-life aggression and violence, has been discussed and analysed since these types of media have existed.

Previous studies have shown that people who play violent video games can be desensitised towards emotional stimuli (such as violence), and show decreased empathy, and increased aggression.

collect
0
Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-07-03

A whole pile of this is how your brain looks like MRI-based science has been invalidated because someone finally got around to checking the data.

The problem is simple: to get from a high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging scan of the brain to a scientific conclusion, the brain is divided into tiny voxels .

Software, rather than humans, then scans the voxels looking for clusters.

When you see a claim that scientists know when you're about to move an arm: these images prove it , they're interpreting what they're told by the statistical software.

Now, boffins from Sweden and the UK have cast doubt on the quality of the science, because of problems with the statistical software: it produces way too many false positives.

In this paper at PNAS, they write: the most common software packages for fMRI analysis SPM, FSL, AFNI can result in false-positive rates of up to 70%.

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Rini Patel 2021-11-15
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The ‘Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Report’ is a comprehensive and in-depth study on the size, share, growth, trends, demand and estimation with a focus on the latest development. The broad neuromarketing technology market has been sub-grouped into technology. com/contact/neuromarketing-technology-market/download-sampleBy Technology·        Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging·        Electroencephalography (EEG)·        Steady State Topography·        Eye Tracking·        Magnetoencephalography (MEG)Browse Full Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Research Report With TOC At: https://www. The key players in the neuromarketing technology market include Behavior and Brain Lab, Cadwell Industries Inc. Purchase complete Global Neuromarketing Technology Market Research Report At: https://www.
Mattie Wright 2016-08-31
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Trained dogs by the scanner.

The next time you want to praise your dog, use a positive word or phrase it knows— and say it in a praising way.

That s the finding of new research that reveals that both words and tone matter when humans communicate with canines.

Researchers studied 13 trained dogs in Hungary.

The canines were analyzed under a functional MRI machine, which looked at blood flow in their brains.

A recording played different words, spoken by their trainer with different tones.

John Applebaum 2020-07-23
(Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology) Researchers have developed a new approach to compare changes in neural communication using electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging simultaneously. The approach allows them to assess the association between the two measurements and better understand neural connectivity changes over time.
David Cox 2016-06-09
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Nielsen's investment in neuromarketing research company NeuroFocus helped to increased credibility of neuromarketing, and provide additional brain power yes, pun intended!

The Weather Channel: Marketers implemented EEG, eye-tracking and skin response techniques to measure viewer reactions to different promotional trailers for one of its popular series.

Daimler: Marketers used fMRI research to shape an ad campaign featuring car headlights that resembled human faces, which caused a reaction that tied to the reward center of the brain.

fMRI Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a functional neuroimaging procedure using MRI technology that measures brain activity by detecting changes associated with blood flow, according to Wikipedia.

Try to incorporate as many senses as possible with an ad campaign.

Make sure you articulate the gain vs. pain tradeoff clearly, as our brains are wired to either seek pleasure and/or avoid pain.

Sandra Wilson 2016-07-10
img

The stereotype concerning someone with anger issues is that they just have bad impulse control.

You joke that they haven t slept in a week, they start screaming.

But it may be that people blow up not because they can t hold in their feelings, but because of poor social processing that makes them think your sleep comment was actually you telling them they re completely incompetent.

In a new study published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, University of Chicago neuroscientists used fMRI to to measure the white matter in the brains of people with intermittent explosive disorder.

They found that, for people with the anger disorder, white matter in an area called the superior longitudinal fasciculus was less dense than in people that had other psychiatric disorders or were otherwise healthy.

The SLF area is the information superhighway that connects the frontal lobe with the parietal lobe.

John Burns 2017-03-09
img

Researchers in Germany recently conducted a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on long-term players of violent video games.

They set out to prove their hypothesis that gamers have reduced empathy when compared to non-gamers because of, you know, the violent video games.

In other words, playing violent video games does not negatively impact on your empathy, according to this, and the vast majority of studies on the subject over the years.

Some studies have even shown playing event violent video games can decrease aggression in gamers, provided they don't have a pre-existing anti-social personality disorder.

The fact is, a link between violent media - such as violent movies and video games, and real-life aggression and violence, has been discussed and analysed since these types of media have existed.

Previous studies have shown that people who play violent video games can be desensitised towards emotional stimuli (such as violence), and show decreased empathy, and increased aggression.

Luke Hall 2016-12-05
img

Some amazing things are possible using functional MRI fMRI technology, but until now it s still resembled somewhat of a blunt instrument in some ways: able to spot trends in thought, but not quite quick enough to detect the kind of subtle neuronal activity that s associated with higher order brain functions.

That may be changing thanks to new rapid fMRI technology, capable of detecting brain oscillations around 10 times faster than previously possible.

This is possible using the same MRI scanner, but by utilizing a new pulse sequence technique — a bit like an over-the-air software upgrade that doesn t require any change in hardware.

In a new study carried out at Harvard Medical School and the Center for Biomedical Imaging, Massachusetts General Hospital, researchers applied this fast fMRI tech in an attempt to track brain activity during human thought for the first time.

The results could help neuroscientists drill down far more accurately on brain activity, to not just find broad trends in fMRI data, but specific insights into the way the brain acts at various times — including hard-to-measure ones like under anesthesia and during hallucinations.

Right now, we can say whether a picture prompts an emotional response in someone, Laura D. Lewis, first author on the paper, told Digital Trends.

Janet Gaines 2017-03-09
img

Researchers in Germany recently conducted a study using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on long-term players of violent video games.

They set out to prove their hypothesis that gamers have reduced empathy when compared to non-gamers because of, you know, the violent video games.

In other words, playing violent video games does not negatively impact on your empathy, according to this, and the vast majority of studies on the subject over the years.

Some studies have even shown playing event violent video games can decrease aggression in gamers, provided they don't have a pre-existing anti-social personality disorder.

The fact is, a link between violent media - such as violent movies and video games, and real-life aggression and violence, has been discussed and analysed since these types of media have existed.

Previous studies have shown that people who play violent video games can be desensitised towards emotional stimuli (such as violence), and show decreased empathy, and increased aggression.

Richard Lee 2018-03-26
img

It may look like something befitting Halloween’s Michael Myers, but the device pictured above is actually a breakthrough in neuroscience—a portable, wearable brain scanner that can monitor neural activity while a person is moving.

But measuring someone’s brain activity while they’re wired up and packed like a sardine into a giant scanner has its limits.

For one, it can be hard to measure the cognitive development of babies and children, who tend not to stay very still.

And it’s difficult to study things like spatial navigation and movement disorders, which require people to, you know, move around.

While the new scanner certainly isn’t fashion-forward, it could open up a host of new applications for brain scanning.

The project was developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham and University College London and is described this week in Nature.

Reginald Carson 2017-01-01

As lifespans continue to get longer it s becoming more important than ever to understand how humanity will maintain its mental capabilities in old age.

Some scientists have been studying so-called Superagers in order to understand what steps are necessary to keep a brain functioning at its best.

The term Superager was first defined by the neurologist Marsel Mesulam to categorize people whose memory and attention span isn t just better than average for their age but is closer to that of a healthy 25-year-old.

Along with a team of researchers, Lisa Feldman Barrett has been studying superagers and recently published findings that might help us better understand how this group differs from the norm.

Barrett writes in the New York Times:

Our lab used functional magnetic resonance imaging to scan and compare the brains of 17 superagers with those of other people of similar age.

Clifford Ketcham 2017-03-09
img

Despite what much of the mainstream media would have you believe, a new study has shown that playing violent video games does not turn you into some kind of deranged psychopath.

With more and more scientific studies examining the effects of video games on people, it’s becoming clear that gaming is not only cognitively beneficial but has no long-term detrimental effects in regards to a gamer's empathy.

In a recent study published in Frontiers in Psychology, Dr. Gregor Szycik and his staff of the Hannover Medical School examined the brains of long term gamers and non-gamers with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

They saw that when both groups were exposed to emotionally provocative imagery that they reacted the same way, showing that playing games doesn’t numb a gamer’s empathy.

In short, playing violent video games doesn't desensitize you long term in regards to similarly violent real world acts.

What’s more, the gamers were ordered to not play any video games at least three hours before the test, though some exceeded this duration.

John Wyckoff 2016-07-07
img

It's the luvvies who went mad for fMRI neurobabble

Special Report If the fMRI brain-scanning fad is well and truly over, then many fashionable intellectual ideas look like collateral damage, too.

There was no science to speak of, the results of the experiments were effectively meaningless, and couldn t support the often contradictory conclusions being touted.

The fMRI machine was a very expensive way of legitimising an anecdote.

It seemed unbelievable to us that activity in this specific brain area could account for so much of the variance in walking speed, explained Vul.

They were also feeding an insatiable demand.

Pavan Ishi 2021-09-29

Brain Mapping Instruments Market: IntroductionBrain mapping is an integral part of contemporary neurosurgery.

Brain mapping provides essential information of the structure and function of a human brain.Brain mapping instruments identify abnormalities such as tumors, seizures, and physical injuries to the brain such as concussionEloquent regions of the cortex such as motor, somatosensory, Wernicke’s, and Broca are mapped either preoperatively or intraoperative using brain mapping instruments.

Significant technological advancements in brain mapping instruments is projected to boost the growth of the global brain mapping instruments market.

Extensive adoption of non-invasive techniques such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and magnetoencephalography is anticipated to drive the global market during the forecast period, as these techniques can perform multiple neuroimaging tests with minimal discomfort to patient.Request a PDF Brochure - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B_id=73943Key Drivers of Global Brain Mapping Instruments MarketThe global brain mapping instruments market is likely to be driven by increase in the geriatric population.

Hence, rise in prevalence of neurodegenerative diseases is anticipated to drive the global brain mapping instruments market during the forecast period.According to Alzheimer’s Association estimates, population aged 65 and older in the U.S. is likely to increase from 55 million in 2019 to 88 million by 2050Request For Custom Research - https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=CR_id=73943 Increase in research activity in brain research drives demand for modern research methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).

According to rental contract agreement, end-users pay certain amount per brain mapping performed using brain mapping instruments installed free of cost by manufacturers.

Mildred Billups 2018-05-07
img

We’re betting that it wasn’t quite as noteworthy as a recent day enjoyed in the labs at Germany’s Ruhr-University Bochum (RUB), where researchers set out to explore the neurobiology of one of the natural world’s largest, toothiest reptiles.

Their methodology: Scan a live crocodile’s brain in an fMRI machine while playing it the classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach.

“Crocodiles count among the most ancient species of vertebrates and have barely changed over the space of more than 200 million years,” Mehdi Behroozi, a researcher on the project, told Digital Trends.

Analyses of crocodile brains thus provide deep insights into the evolution of the nervous system in mammals and may help us understand at which point certain brain structures and behaviors associated therewith were formed.”

The Nile crocodile was borrowed from a local zoo each day of the experiment.

Transferred to an animal scanning center, it was mildly sedated and then fixed in a restraining apparatus for the duration of scanning.

James Finch 2016-07-08
img

The most sophisticated, widely adopted, and important tool for looking at living brain activity actually does no such thing.

Called functional magnetic resonance imaging, what it really does is scan for the magnetic signatures of oxygen-rich blood.

That s why neuroscientists use special statistics to filter out noise in their fMRIs, verifying that the shaded blobs they see pulsing across their computer screens actually relate to blood flowing through the brain.

If those filters don t work, an fMRI scan is about as useful at detecting neuronal activity as your dad s brain sucking alien hand trick.

And a new paper suggests that might actually be the case for thousands of fMRI studies over the past 15 years.

The paper, published June 29 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, threw 40,000 fMRI studies done over the past 15 years into question.

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2016-07-03

A whole pile of this is how your brain looks like MRI-based science has been invalidated because someone finally got around to checking the data.

The problem is simple: to get from a high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging scan of the brain to a scientific conclusion, the brain is divided into tiny voxels .

Software, rather than humans, then scans the voxels looking for clusters.

When you see a claim that scientists know when you're about to move an arm: these images prove it , they're interpreting what they're told by the statistical software.

Now, boffins from Sweden and the UK have cast doubt on the quality of the science, because of problems with the statistical software: it produces way too many false positives.

In this paper at PNAS, they write: the most common software packages for fMRI analysis SPM, FSL, AFNI can result in false-positive rates of up to 70%.