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    Study Methods of the Brain Brandon Wilson Psy/240 Susan Forde
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    Introduction Brain Imaging Pharmacological Methods Genetic Engineering
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    Brain Imaging Contrast X-rays X-ray computed Tomography Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Functional MRI
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    Pharmacological Methods Chemical Lesions Drugs
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    Genetic Engineering Two Techniques Gene knockout  Gene replacement
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    Conclusion Of all the different methods of how one can study the brain, I have 
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Unformatted text preview: come to a conclusion that there is not just one method the can do the complete study. In order to truly study and understand the brain one must being willing to do more than one method in order to get an accurate assessment. What one method can do may be the missing link in another. I know have a better understanding in all the testing and research that is committed to the study of the brain....
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