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the wellcome trust centre for neuro-imaging at university college london used magnetic resonance imaging, or mri to look into the brains of 80 men and women, including 16 gays. Individual differences in anthropomorphic attributions and human brain structure. University college london, 17 queen square, london, wc1n 3ar and wellcome trust centre for neuroimaging, university college london, 12 queen square, london, wc1n 3bg, uk ucl institute of cognitive neuroscience, university college london, 17 queen square. using magnetic resonance imaging (mri) scanners, professor rees and his colleague dr ryota kanai at the institute of cognitive neuroscience, ucl (university college london) analysed the brain structures of ninety young adults who had reported their political attitudes on a scale from very conservative to very liberal. neuroscientists are pursuing new avenues in transgender research, including a possible link between brain structure and transgender identity. Human neuroimaging allows us to non-invasively investigate brain structure and function. Ucl school of life and medical sciences ucl slms was created in 2011. Brown university researchers from brown university and kings college london have gained surprising new insights into how brain anatomy influences language acquisition in young children. Their study, published in the journal of neuroscience, found that the explosion of language acquisition that typically occurs in children between 2 and 4 years old is not reflected in. Understanding the structure, experiences and challenges of social support for older lesbian, gay and bisexual people a systematic review. Aims to examine lifetime blood pressure as a predictor of brain structure in old age. 3 years) from the whitehall ii study were screened for hypertension six times (1985-2013). In 2012-2013, participants had a 3t-magnetic resonance imaging (mri) brain scan. the university college london team, writing in current biology, found brain parts linked to memory grew bigger.