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Feb 3, 2008

History of Neuroimaging Emotion

Image: autoradiographs in Figure 1 from Frequency-dependent activation of glucose utilization in the superior cervical ganglion by electrical stimulation of cervical sympathetic trunk, Yarowsky, Kadekaro and Sokoloff, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA
Vol. 80, pp. 4179-4183, July 1983
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title Imaging the Brain, Finding Emotion: A History of Brain Imaging and Research in Emotion at the NIH
description Sketching history from the nineteenth century to the present, this is a fascinating look at the development of neuroimaging and its applications in neuropsychology and psychiatric research funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH). Close captioned, although the transcriptionist obviously had great trouble understanding technical language and the speaker's slight German accent.
producer National Institute of Mental Health
featuring Claudia Wassmann, MD Ph.D
format Real Video
date 24/01/06
length 00:50:31
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