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Measuring 'Anticipation' in the Brain

Video   Jul 05, 2018 | From Understanding Animal Research, LabTube

 

Macaques have a brain-scan while watching a computer that presents them with dots. This allows us to see where 'expectation' occurs in their brain. This is one of 60 films to be found in 360 lab tours of four UK research facilities: MRC Harwell Institute, The Pirbright Institute, a surgical facility at the University of Bristol and the primate facility at Oxford University - see them at http://labanimaltour.org

 
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