Pupillary Responses Linked to Neuronal Activity in the Insula

Much of our knowledge about activity in the brain has been obtained from studies of “task-evoked activations”—or looking at how groups of neurons respond to external events (such as lights or sounds) or experimental conditions. These types of studies have predominantly used functional neuroimaging to examine activity between different areas of the brain. However, due to the limitations surrounding the temporal resolution…

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Published by BrainPost.

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Lincoln M. Tracy
Research Fellow and Freelance Writer