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The team detailed its results in the journal Human Brain Mapping in early 2010.
This throat-jerk response may be governed by the prefrontal cortex, a part of the brain that becomes more active when people catch a yawn, Nahab and colleagues reported in Human Brain Mapping in 2009.
World-class "noses" in the perfume and wine business are not born with an outsized sense of smell but acquire it through years of professional sniffing, according to, and the main architect of a study published this week in the journal Human Brain Mapping.
Dr Sharma, presenting his research at the Human Brain Mapping Conference, in Dusseldorf, said the new scanning technique known was used on 20 people - 10 women and 10 men.
Stanford's Josef Parvizi, MD, PhD, another member of the Brain Tumor Center group, is a neurologist focused on human brain mapping.
The study was reported in the current online edition of the journal Human Brain Mapping.
A reanalysis of the salmon's post-mortem brain, using a statistical check to prevent random results from accidentally seeming significant, showed no red-hot regions at all, Bennett, now at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and colleagues report in a paper submitted to Human Brain Mapping.
For the first time and using a fresh approach to human brain mapping, the Institute will create a unique resource for understanding genes at work in the human brain and combining information about gene activity with existing anatomic and functional knowledge.