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See Inside How Real-Time Brain Scanning Could Alleviate Pain

real-time functional MRI, rtfMRI, neurofeedback

In real-time functional MRI (rtfMRI) neurofeedback, a computer collects brain data from a person lying inside a scanner. Another computer analyzes the data to produce a representative image, which it sends to a screen in the scanner. This diagram shows a pain experiment.

real-time functional MRI, rtfMRI, neurofeedback



JASON LEE

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