Talk:History of neuroimaging

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Much of the credit for this article goes to User:Brinticus who added a large section on history and implications to the brain imaging article. The length was a bit unwieldy so, I split off the sections dealing with the history of brain imaging to this article, leaving a summary at brain imaging. If you wish to see the history of edits to this article, please refer to the brain imaging history tab before August 17, 2004. Sayeth 21:48, Aug 17, 2004 (UTC)

This is a great article, detailed and informative. Someone should consider finding a suitable image for it and nominating it for feature article status. Lisiate 02:02, 5 Nov 2004 (UTC)


I think splitting off this section dealing with brain history imaging was the right way to go. The hyperlinks comfortably do the rest, and the (now two) articles are far easier to understand. Thanks to User:Sayeth for the labor involved. Brinticus


What do people think of renaming this page to "History of neuroimaging"? "Neuroimaging" is both the more technically correct, and widely used term (now). Semiconscious (talk · home) 09:31, 29 December 2005 (UTC)

Recent breakthroughs???[edit]

"Recent breakthroughs" seems like an odd paragraph to have in a page concerning the history of neuroimaging. Wouldn't it be better placed in the neuroimaging article? MitchMcM (talk) 04:24, 17 December 2011 (UTC)