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What can Functional Neuroimaging Tell the Experimental Psychologist?
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. Section A, Human experimental psychology
I argue here that functional neuroimaging data-which I restrict to the haemodynamic techniques of fMRI and PET-can inform psychological theorizing, provided one assumes a "systematic" function-structure mapping in the brain. In this case, imaging data simply comprise another dependent variable, along with behavioural data, that can be used to test competing theories. In particular, I distinguish two types of inference: function-to-structure deduction and structure-to-function induction. Withdoi:10.1080/02724980443000502 pmid:15903115 fatcat:jsy4hbnnwbf4dl2jlt3jfrfmtm