alexa fMRI does not directly measure Brain Activity

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fMRI does not directly measure Brain Activity

Electricity is the language of the brain. At any moment, there are millions of tiny electrical impulses (action potentials) whizzing around your brain. At synaptic junctions, these impulses release specific chemicals (i.e., neurotransmitters), which in turn modulate the electrical activity in the next cell. This is the fundamental basis for neural communication. Somehow, these processes underpin every thought/feeling/action you have ever experienced. Our challenge is to understand how these electric events give rise to these phenomena of mind.  

When you say ‘brain activity', many people first think of activity maps generated by functional magnetic resonance imaging. As a non-invasive braining imaging method, fMRI has become the go-to workhorse of cognitive neuroscience.

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