How dogs were trained for functional MRI research

I’m an absolute advocate for positive reinforcement training.  Here’s how Professor Gregory Berns and his research team trained dogs to remain still in a noisy MRI scanner.

You can also read my other blogs about functional MRI research and dogs:

 

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3 responses to “How dogs were trained for functional MRI research

  1. Ooo MRI research. What an interesting idea. Consider sharing this on our Thoughtless Thursday blog hop to share with the rest of the gang!

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