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[In this chapter we consider how research into the operation of the brain can give practical advice to teachers and learners to assist them in their long-term development of mathematical thinking. At one level, there is extensive research in neurophysiology that gives some insights into the structure and operation of the brain; for example, magnetic resonance imagery (MRI) gives a three-dimensional picture of brain structure and fMRI (functional MRI) reveals changes in neural activity by measuring blood flow to reveal which parts of the brain are more active over a period of time. But this blood flow can only be measured to a resolution of 1 or 2 seconds and does not reveal the full subtlety of the underlying electrochemical activity involved in human thinking which operates over much shorter periods.]
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