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Day 3 of the fMRI experiment
04.05.2016

Subject's brains in an fMRI experiment showed the preferred pattern after three days

Avital Hahamy and Prof. Rafi Malach
02.02.2015

How do our bodies synchronize our two halves – hands and brain?

Some brains are idiosyncratic
21.01.2015

A new Weizmann Institute study reveals the idiosyncratic brain patterns of autism

Writ Large – and  Small
06.02.2014

How does the brain encode movements that occur on many scales?

The day after effect of brain activation: The brain image at the back presents spontaneous (resting state) patterns  before an fMRI-based neurofeedback training session. The front brain image presents spontaneous (resting state) patterns  a day after the training session, illustrating the long-term trace of the training
25.06.2013

Weizmann Institute scientists discover that spontaneously emerging brain activity patterns preserve traces of previous cognitive activity
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money on the brain illustration
12.06.2012

Mildly stressful situations can affect our perceptions in the same way as life-threatening ones
 

As compared to the control brain (top), the autistic brain (bottom) shows weaker inter-hemispheric synchronization in several areas, particularly the superior temporal gyrus (light blue) and the inferior frontal gyrus (red)
19.09.2011
A new biological marker for autism may enable early diagnosis
fMRI
29.08.2011

Weizmann Institute scientists track brain activity as false memories are formed

As compared to the control brain (top), the autistic brain (bottom) shows weaker inter-hemispheric synchronization in several areas, particularly the superior temporal gyrus (light blue) and the inferior frontal gyrus (red)
24.07.2011

The finding, by Weizmann Institute scientists, could lead to the development of tools for early diagnosis

Mouse over "camouflage" image for undoctored picture
23.05.2011

New research sheds light on sudden flashes of understanding.

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