Detection of deception with fMRI : Are we there yet ?

  title={Detection of deception with fMRI : Are we there yet ?},
  author={Daniel D. Langleben},
A decade of spectacular progress in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) technology and systems neuroscience research has so far yielded few changes in our daily lives. The dearth of clinical applications of this prolific and academically promising research tool began raising the eyebrows of the public and the research funding agencies. This may be one of the reasons for the enthusiasm and interest paid to the growing body of literature suggesting that blood oxygenation level-dependent… CONTINUE READING

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