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Add lines to your brain diagram as shown above. Read the introduction to the “Interpreting PET Images” worksheet. Set : 1 What areas are activated? Which aren’t?. Front Back. Front Back. Front Back. Front Back.

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Set : 1

What areas are activated?

Which aren’t?

Front

Back

Front

Back

Front

Back

Front

Back

Add lines to your brain diagram so that it looks like the diagram above. Use your diagram to determine which areas of the brain are activated and what the subject might be doing.

set 1 shows a subject that is
Set # 1 shows a subject that is:
  • Resting while in the PET machine.

(This slide serves as our “control”.)

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Front

Back

Front

Back

Set 2:

SubjectPerformingA Task

Front

Back

Front

Back

Which slide (a, b, c or d) shows the highest activity?

The area of the brain that is activated is responsible forwhat type of information?

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Front

Back

Front

Back

Set 3:

SubjectPerformingA Task

Front

Back

Front

Back

Which slide (a, b, c or d) shows the highest activity?

The area of the brain that is activated is responsible forwhat type of information?

set 3 shows a subject that is
Set # 3 shows a subject that is:
  • Forming a mental picture of a scene.
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Front

Back

Front

Back

Set 4:

SubjectPerformingA Task

Front

Back

Front

Back

Which slide (a, b, c or d) shows the highest activity?

The area of the brain that is activated is responsible forwhat type of information?

set 4 shows a subject that is
Set # 4 shows a subject that is:
  • Solving simple math problems
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Front

Back

Front

Back

Set 5:

SubjectPerformingA Task

Front

Back

Front

Back

Which slide (a, b, c or d) shows the highest activity?

The area of the brain that is activated is responsible forwhat type of information?

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Front

Back

Front

Back

Set 6:

SubjectPerformingA Task

Front

Back

Front

Back

Which slide (a, b, c or d) shows the highest activity?

The area of the brain that is activated is responsible forwhat type of information?

set 6 shows a subject that is
Set # 6 shows a subject that is:
  • Moving hands/feet in response to directions.