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Here are the color versions of the figures for tonight’s discussion article:
One of the homework articles assigned for preparation for today’s session was “fMRI at 20: Has it changed the world?” by Dr. Bruce Rosen and Dr. Robert Savoy. As the authors mention, the article was conceived after a lecture on the very topic. Here is the lecture that they were referring to: http://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/history-fMRI
Hello! Hope you all are off to a great start this morning. Just a reminder, here are the thought questions from last nights assigned reading: What kinds of techniques do Posner and his colleagues use to localize cognitive functions? How is PET scanning used to study cognitive processes? What kinds of assumptions does PET scanning make? What is the reason for subtracting activations recorded in a control state from those recorded during presentation of a target stimulus? What is the joint approach that Posner believes…