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Dr Rebecca Saxe, a professor of brain and cognitive sciences and member of MIT’s Mc Govern Institute for Brain Research, said: 'Babies and MRI machines have very different needs''Babies would like to do activities for two or three minutes and then move on.
'They would like to be sitting in a comfortable position, and in charge of what they’re looking at.'MRI machines would like to be loud and dark and have a person show up on schedule, stay still for the entire time, pay attention to one thing for two hours, and follow instructions closely,' she said.
There was extra space in the MRI machine for a parent or one of the researchers to sit alongside the baby.
Normally, people who undergo an MRI scan must be in the machine alone, but this adaptation was made to make it easier to scan the brains of the babies One is that they don't seem to have regions found in the adult brain that are 'highly selective,' such as regions that prefer features such as human faces over any other kind of input, including human bodies or the faces of other animals.
To make it easier and more comfortable to scan the babies, the researchers made several adaptions to the MRI machine.
They built a coil that lets the baby recline in a seat similar to a car seat, instead of lying down flat.
Then, a mirror was placed in front of the baby's face to allow him or her to watch specific videos.
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