The emergence of brain imaging technologies in the twentieth century has changed the foundation of neuroscience in a way that suggests the tension between visual images and visualization is ripe for a review. Through penetrating points of conjunction among images, visualization and neuroscience, the articles in this compendium will review precursors and conceptualize (1) where we have added perspective to earlier views of the brain, (2) examine where contemporary research is re-inventing the wheel, and (3) discover issues where our current methodology fails to break through. The special issue will include five to thirteen articles.
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