In addition, they must be able to tolerate a somewhat high (e.g., 90 dB) level of noise and a confining environment.
In summary, both PET and, in particular, fMRI lend themselves to the study of developing brain function. Unfortunately, neither PET nor fMRI provides much useful information about the chronometry of mental events.
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