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Smartphone Data Used To Predict Brain Connectivity Linked to Anxiety

News   Sep 15, 2020 | Original story from Dartmouth College

 
Smartphone Data Used To Predict Brain Connectivity Linked to Anxiety

Researchers used mobile sensing data to predict brain connectivity between the ventromedial prefrontal cortex (red) and right amygdala (green). The functional connectivity between these two regions is known to be associated with various aspects of mental health. Credit: Jeremy Huckins

 
 
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