As a PET scan reveals (left), when a person stutters, several brain regions increase their activity (colored areas), including one called the supplementary motor area, or SMA (arrows). Using transcranial magnetic stimulation (right), scientists can stimulate the SMA and alter its pattern of activity.
Credit: Fox et al.
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