Brain scans and biomedical identity joseph dumit editions paperback 2004 4500 the first book to examine the cultural ramifications of brain imaging technology picturing personhood is an unprecedented study that will influence both cultural studies and given that brain imaging is on its way to becoming a decisive factor in the . Picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity by showing us the human brain at work pet positron emission tomography scans are subtly and sometimes not so subtly transforming how we think about our minds. Picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity information series princeton princeton university press 2004 xii 251 pp ill 5950 3995 cloth 0 691 11397 1 1995 1295 paperbound 0 691 11398 x in picturing personhood the anthropologist joseph . He is the author of drugs for life how pharmaceutical companies define our health picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity and editor with regula valrie burri of biomedicine as culture instrumental practices technoscientific knowledge and new mod. Picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity alex mitchell alex mitchell picturing personhood brain scans and biomedical identity previous article migraine and other headaches next article autism mind and brain this intriguingly titled short text is an attempt to answer two surprisingly difficult questions first what
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