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Whilst attending OHBM 2017 in Vancouver as a keynote speaker, Professor Kia Nobre took some time out to talk about the buzz of early research into fMRI applications, the science of anticipatory bias and her experiences of science as part of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping 2017 Keynote Series. The full interview is available on the OHBM blog.

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