October 15, 2007

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Peering into the brain using fMRI technology “is like being an astronomer and finding parts of the sky that have never been looked at before,” says Stephan Hamann, associate professor of psychology. Expanded access to such resources “is going to take Emory to the next level,” he adds.

Psychology expansion boosts Emory’s power for behavioral research
Imagine all the ideas, knowledge and interests of Emory’s students and faculty as separate neurons. Now imagine sparking more synapses between these neurons, creating new networks and generating more research across academic and social boundaries.
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