Definition of neuroimaging in English:

neuroimaging

Syllabification: neu·ro·im·ag·ing
Pronunciation: /ˌn(y)o͝orōˈiməjiNG
 
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noun

  • The process of producing images of the structure or activity of the brain or other part of the nervous system by techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging or computerized tomography: more research is needed before scientists can use functional neuroimaging to confirm a diagnosis of the vegetative state
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    • Yes, there is an interesting discussion, though, around neuroimaging and how it might change our concept of moral and legal responsibility.
    • Neuroimaging has been used in a wide variety of memory studies pertinent to the ones we report.
    • Recently, functional neuroimaging has been used to examine the brain mechanisms underlying age-related differences in face processing.

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