PET is the abbreviations of Positron Emission Tomography which is a method of obtaining detailed pictures of activity in the living brain. Involves injecting a radioactive substance

that is taken up by the active neurons and allows one to view the blood flow in localized areas of the brain as certain tasks are performed

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