A dog-lover explains the challenges of studying animal brains using the medical imaging techniques often used to study human brains.

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Do you ever wonder who drew all those cool scientific pictures in your textbooks? Medical and Biological Illustrations is an exciting discipline that combines art and science, and even goes beyond simply illustrating textbooks.

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In this case study, students will learn how to interpret MRI brain scans and to identify the functional regions (i.e., lobes) of the brain most likely impacted by bullying behaviour.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), an important type of medical imaging technology, allows us to see details of tissues inside the body. Unlike Computed Tomography (CT) scans, MRIs can show both how living tissues look as well as how they function. MRI has increased our understanding of how the brain works.

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Changes in teens' brains make them capable of deep and complex emotions over which they may have little control.

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Dr D. Bulte from Oxford University's FMRIB (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain) centre explains the theory underlying today's modern MRI scanners. Easy to understand.

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CurioCity resources which align with the Newfoundland and Labrador Biology 3201 Unit 1: Maintaining Dynamic Equilibrium II.

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