Last Updated on July 25, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Salvatore Raieli
Originally published on Towards AI.
New research highlights what happens in the brain while coding
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Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a widely used diagnostic technique in medicine and is minimally invasive. This technique allows visualization and measurement of blood flow in the brain. It can also be used to understand which areas of the brain have increased activity while a person performs certain actions.
Researcher checking fMRI images .image source: Here
Researchers have used it for several studies where users performed a variety of actions: studying math, solving puzzles, playing music, playing chess, and so on. so why not when a person is coding?
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