MRI can be used in a variety of different ways. We can obtain images of the brain’s structure, its connectivity patterns, and its activation. These images have very high spatial resolution (a few millimetres).

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MEG measures magnetic fields that are created by the brain’s electrical activity. With MEG we can look not only at where brain activity is happening, but when, with very high resolution in both time and space.

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EEG stands for “electroencephalography”. This is a technique for recording “brain waves”, or more technically the electrical activity produced by the brain.

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