Cijadrachon <cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de> wrote:
> >Do not worry - even the Westie in vivo imaging techniques for human
> >brains are still very deficient in their subatomic capabilities...
That is what I wrote.
> Longer version?
Yeah, I think I meant that these techniques do not yet tell us very much
about WHAT is going on inside, just about WHERE things are going on.
Actually, they could be used to show whether you are right when
implying for instance that so-and-so thinking or tuning is activating
the (anterior/posterior) cingulate. Which mogiht be interesting to know
for sure, as we Westies do not necessarily believe that somebody can
actually sense where his/her brain is being active.