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Re: Biopsychosocial vs Biological Reductionism Estella

Posted by SLS on September 3, 2006, at 7:14:52

In reply to Re: Biopsychosocial vs Biological Reductionism SLS, posted by Estella on September 2, 2006, at 23:57:26

> lol ((((SLS))))
>
> > I'm sure you understood the concept. The colors were not chosen arbitrarily. The colors do have meaning in our society.
>
> I think I get what you are saying
> But I think that the way the common conventional meaning relates to the common way of representing fMRI scans is unclear.
>
> I'm sure I've seen yellow and green on them.
> Is yellow 'hotter' than 'green'?

Yes.

> Is blue 'hotter' than green?

No.

I think the colors follow the colors of the visible spectrum from blue to red as cold to hot; inactive to active; sparse to dense.


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