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Mind & Body (Brain) Part II #719601

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 14, 2003
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(Washington: Peter Jennings) Segment in a special series with "Time" magazine on mental illness introduced.

(Albuquerque: Ned Potter) The study of how the brain operates by using an MEG scanner featured; diagram shown of the brain's electrical signals. [Schizophrenic "ANNIE" - describes her behavior.] [University of New Mexico researcher Cheryl AINE†- says we can study changes in brain activity.] [University of New Mexico psychologist professor Claudia TESCHE†- explains what happens in the schizophrenic's brain.] [Iowa Hospitals psychiatrist Dr. Nancy ANDREASEN†- says we have better targets for treatment.]

Jennings, Peter;
Potter, Ned

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