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Missing Words: | burnett et al (2009) | non-invasive| brain | emotions | the medial prefrontal cortex | structures | twentieth century |

The rapid advances in ways of studying the

in the latter part of the

has meant that neuroscientists are now able to study the living brain, giving them detailed information about the brain

involved in different kinds of mental processing.

The use of

neuroimaging techniques such as positron emission temography and functional magnetic resonance imaging help psychologists to understand how the brain supports different cognitive activities and

by showing what parts of the brain become active in specific circumstances.

For example

found that when people feel guilty, several brain regions are active, including

an area associated with social emotions.



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