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Food and sex behaviors predicted with MRI

Previously used in experiments to see whether it could predict pop music success, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain is now being turned to more serious endeavors. Dartmouth College scientists using MRI to investigate the areas of the brain to do with reward and self-control found they could predict the subjects’ levels of weight […]

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Videos reconstructed from brain scan

Using MRI brain scans, computational models and a large quantity of YouTube videos, University of California, Berkeley researchers have demonstrated how people’s dynamic visual experiences can be reconstructed. The image at right shows the source video image and the reconstructed image. The videos themselves can be seen on YouTube. Reporting on their work in the […]

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