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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