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A new program at MIT is developing the next generation of technologies to uncover the hidden secrets of our brain.
A new way to create and interpret real-time brain scans could help addicts control their cravings.
Researchers use fMRI to determine the contents of short-term memory.
New research shows that people can learn to suppress memories. It also suggests new avenues for treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
Can brain imaging truly detect lies?
The surprising new research is likely to challenge our notions of consciousness.
Researchers use brain imaging to detect patterns of brain activity associated with pain—a potential boon for doctors and drug developers.
Advanced brain-imaging techniques have begun to point to specific brain patterns common among sociopaths.
Brain-imaging experiments show how bargaining games could provide insights into psychiatric disorders.