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Технологии магнитно–резонансной томографии в исследованиях когнитивных процессов

Препринт ИАЭ–6710/2. ISBN 978–9004437–49–7. Курчатовский институт, 2012
Зинченко В. В., Ушаков В. Л., Карташов С. И., марченков Н. С.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is one of many ways of the biological tissues studies with the possibility of which was obtained: ü to construct non-invasively three-dimensional picture of the brain structure, ü to identify neuronal activity areas, ü to find a functional and anatomical connection between the different divisions of brain involved in the provision of cognitive processes: the ability of human brain to perceive different types of sensation (auditory, visual, tactile, etc.), the formation of episodic, working, short-term and long-term memory, thought processes, consciousness, etc. To solve this problems in neuroscience techniques MR-spectroscopy, functional MRI and tractography are used.