WHAT DOES fMRI MEASURE?
Whenever neurons in a particular brain area are firing, blood flow to
that area increases (Roy & Sherrington, 1890).
The increased blood flow brings more oxyhemoglobin to that area.
The inflow of oxyhemoglobin increases more tha
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