A new kind of brain-imaging technique is making its way to medical schools and hospitals across Canada.

The technology has been described by the researchers as “brain-based cognitive training” and the technology has already proven useful in a clinical setting.

In this case, it’s been shown that a brain-based approach can be used to help train patients to better understand their patients’ behaviour and feelings.

The researchers are working on a commercial version of the technology, but are currently seeking funding to commercialize the technology in hospitals.

“We have some very promising clinical applications,” says Dr. James MacLeod, professor of neurosurgery at the University of Toronto.

“These are all really exciting areas of research, and we have some really promising applications in the lab.”

The idea of training a patient’s brain to better read and understand their emotions is a new and exciting concept, says Dr MacLeod.

He says the new technology is already helping people to learn more about their patients and their own behaviour.

“The problem is, how do we train this?” he says.

“We have to find ways to make it more reliable and more accurate.”

The technology uses a technique called magnetic resonance imaging, or MRI, to measure the electrical activity of the brain in the brain tissue.

It then uses these electrical signals to make an electrical brain map.

This is a way of measuring brain activity in specific areas of the human body.

It also allows the brain to map out patterns of neural activity.

This brain mapping technology can then be used in the training of patients to help them better understand what their patients are experiencing and how their emotions might be affecting them.

“What this technology is trying to do is train a patient to recognize a particular emotion and how it is impacting their behaviour, and then to use that knowledge to help their patients understand how that can affect their behaviour,” says MacLeod “That’s a really exciting and exciting technology.

It could be very helpful in a lot of different clinical settings.”

The research team has been using the brain mapping technique to train people to read the behaviour of their patients.

This includes how they behave when they are upset or anxious.

The research also looked at how the brain maps affect their mood.

The technique is not new, but it has only been used in clinical settings.

This research is a step in the right direction, says MacDonnell.

“I think we are really in the early stages of this,” he says, but he admits the technology is still a ways off.

He thinks the technology will take some time to catch on in the clinical setting, but is hopeful that it will be able to be used for the training process.

The brain map technology is a very new technique, and Dr MacDonnell is excited about the technology.

He hopes that in the future it will become a widely used technique for teaching patients how to better deal with their emotions.

“Our research has already been very successful in the classroom,” he said.

“It’s actually been very effective in the laboratory.”