Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Electroencephalographic Evidence of Correlated Brain Signals Between Physically and Sensory Isolated Subjects
Dr. Todd Richards reports on studies showing the existence of anomalous correlated brain signals in pairs of physically and sensory isolated humans – namely that instructions to a healer to make an intentional connection with a sensory isolated person can be correlated to changes in brain function of that individual.
About the Author(s):
Dr. Todd Richards is professor of radiology at the University of Washington. He performs neuron-imaging research related to consciousness, learning disabilities, pain, and chemical abnormalities in the brain. He teaches classes in advanced MR imaging techniques such as functional brain imaging, diffusion tensor imaging, perfusion imaging, and MR spectroscopic imaging.
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Published on April 15, 2009