Combining fMRI and behavioral measures to examine the process of human learning.

  title={Combining fMRI and behavioral measures to examine the process of human learning.},
  author={Elisabeth A. Karuza and Lauren L. Emberson and Richard N. Aslin},
  journal={Neurobiology of learning and memory},
Prior to the advent of fMRI, the primary means of examining the mechanisms underlying learning were restricted to studying human behavior and non-human neural systems. However, recent advances in neuroimaging technology have enabled the concurrent study of human behavior and neural activity. We propose that the integration of behavioral response with brain activity provides a powerful method of investigating the process through which internal representations are formed or changed. Nevertheless… CONTINUE READING
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