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Brain Imaging: Deception

Dr. Mark George, Director of the Magnetic Brain Stimulation Laboratory at MUSC, explains the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to observe subtle changes in blood flow in order to determine if a person is lying. He discuses how this procedure was developed and enhanced, noting why it is more reliable than a conventional polygraph test. Dr. George concludes by articulating his predictions for the future applications of the brain imaging method in deception recognition.


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