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Once the material was collected, the scientists used magnetic resonance and spectroscopy, the dividing of light into wavelengths, to understand how much material absorbed a particular frequency of infrared light.
The base has no magnetic resonance imagining equipment and Congress has forbidden the transfer to the United States of any Guantánamo detainee, not even for medical treatment.
Using magnetic resonance spectroscopy, the team also found that levels of GABA—the main chemical that inhibits signals in the brain—in participants' hippocampi predicted their ability to suppress thoughts.
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