Neuroimaging

Neuroimaging

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Current studies use neuroimaging to localize brain - regions active, or differentially active, during spiritual experiences. David Wulf - , a psychologist at Wheaton College, Massachusetts, suggests that current brain - imaging studies, along with the consistency of spiritual experiences across cultures, history, and religions, "suggest a common core that is likely a reflection of structures and processes in the human brain - ".

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