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Why would images of the brain and neuroscience language be more convincing to people?

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Discussion 1
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The popular press has shown an increasing interest in findings that contain images of brains and neuroscience language. Studies have shown that people often find presentations of results that contain these features more convincing than presentations of results that do not, even if the actual results are the same. Why would images of the brain and neuroscience language be more convincing to people? Given that results with these features are more convincing, what do you think is the researcher’s responsibility in reporting results with brain images and neuroscience language?
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Vanessa Bustillos – Sunday, July 3, 2022, 10:55 PM
I think that being able to see the images of the brain along with the neuroscience language helps the person process the information being told to them more clearly. Speaking from experience, I feel as though I get a better idea of what is going on if I am able to visually see it and it is explained to me through the image. Then, when I am told the name of it in medical terminology, I am able to research it and find out other information on my own.
The researcher’s responsibility in reporting the results with brain images and neuroscience language is to be able to convince their audience of whatever they are presenting. Anything sounds more convincing if you have something to prove your point and adding “smart” words also convince the audience that you know what you are talking about. Also, I would assume that the neuroscience language is universal in the world of research so this would help all the other researchers be on the same page about whatever is being shown to them.
Discussion 2
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What is behind the expression “use your gray matter,” and why is it not entirely accurate?
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Vanessa Bustillos – Tuesday, July 5, 2022, 12:17 PM
People use the expression “use your gray matter” to tell someone to “think a little more.” After reading an article I found online, I realized that that expression is not entirely accurate because the white matter also contributes a lot to the process of “thinking a little more.” The white matter is what transmits the signals to the gray matter. Without the white matter and all of its functions, the gray matter would not have any information to process. I believe that that is why the expression “use your brain” is more commonly used. This is the first time I have heard the expression “use your gray matter.” All the functions the brain does contribute to help us process all the information we encounter on a daily basis.
https://www.news-medical.net/health/What-is-Grey-Matter.aspx

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