Speedier Scans Reveal New Distinctions in Resting and Active Brain, Washington University School of Medicine and University of Chieti Study
8/5/2013 6:45:30 AM
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A boost in the speed of brain scans is unveiling new insights into how brain regions work with each other in cooperative groups called networks. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the Institute of Technology and Advanced Biomedical Imaging at the University of Chieti, Italy, used the quicker scans to track brain activity in volunteers at rest and while they watched a movie.
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