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Brain Imaging Researcher Identifies Serious Flaw... in Brain Imaging

News   Jun 04, 2020 | Original story from Duke University

 
Brain Imaging Researcher Identifies Serious Flaw... in Brain Imaging

Brain scans showing functional MRI mapping for three tasks across two different days. Warm colors show the high consistency of activation levels across a group of people. Cool colors represent how poorly unique patterns of activity can be reliably measured in individuals. Credit: Annchen Knodt, Duke University

 
 
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