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Mass univariate analysis of event-related brain potentials/fields I: a critical tutorial review.
Event-related potentials (ERPs) and magnetic fields (ERFs) are typically analyzed via ANOVAs on mean activity in a priori windows. Advances in computing power and statistics have produced anExpand
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Neurophysiological Investigation of Spontaneous Correlated and Anticorrelated Fluctuations of the BOLD Signal
Analyses of intrinsic fMRI BOLD signal fluctuations reliably reveal correlated and anticorrelated functional networks in the brain. Because the BOLD signal is an indirect measure of neuronal activityExpand
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Thinking ahead or not? Natural aging and anticipation during reading
Despite growing evidence of young adults neurally pre-activating word features during sentence comprehension, less clear is the degree to which this generalizes to older adults. Using ERPs, we testedExpand
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Overlapping dual ERP responses to low cloze probability sentence continuations.
In 2005, DeLong, Urbach, and Kutas took advantage of the a/an English indefinite article phonological alternation and the sensitivities of the N400 ERP component to show that readers can neurallyExpand
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Corticocortical Evoked Potentials Reveal Projectors and Integrators in Human Brain Networks
The cerebral cortex is composed of subregions whose functional specialization is largely determined by their incoming and outgoing connections with each other. In the present study, we asked whichExpand
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Identifying reliable independent components via split-half comparisons
In this paper, we present a new algorithm for assessing the reliability of ICs based on applying ICA separately to split-halves of a data set. Expand
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Mass univariate analysis of event-related brain potentials/fields II: Simulation studies.
Mass univariate analysis is a relatively new approach for the study of ERPs/ERFs. It consists of many statistical tests and one of several powerful corrections for multiple comparisons. MultipleExpand
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Exemplar selectivity reflects perceptual similarities in the human fusiform cortex.
While brain imaging studies emphasized the category selectivity of face-related areas, the underlying mechanisms of our remarkable ability to discriminate between different faces are less understood.Expand
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Seeing Scenes: Topographic Visual Hallucinations Evoked by Direct Electrical Stimulation of the Parahippocampal Place Area
In recent years, functional neuroimaging has disclosed a network of cortical areas in the basal temporal lobe that selectively respond to visual scenes, including the parahippocampal place areaExpand
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Low-Frequency Cortical Oscillations Entrain to Subthreshold Rhythmic Auditory Stimuli
Many environmental stimuli contain temporal regularities, a feature that can help predict forthcoming input. Phase locking (entrainment) of ongoing low-frequency neuronal oscillations to rhythmicExpand
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