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Valid conjunction inference with the minimum statistic
We show that the SPM MS/GN test is not a valid test for conjunction in the sense that it is usually understood, and propose an alternative method based on the minimum statistic. Expand
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Stereotaxic display of brain lesions.
Traditionally lesion location has been reported using standard templates, text based descriptions or representative raw slices from the patient's CT or MRI scan. Each of these methods has drawbacksExpand
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Rhythm and Beat Perception in Motor Areas of the Brain
  • J. Grahn, M. Brett
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
  • 1 May 2007
When we listen to rhythm, we often move spontaneously to the beat. Expand
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The problem of functional localization in the human brain
Functional imaging gives us increasingly detailed information about the location of brain activity. To use this information, we need a clear conception of the meaning of location data. Here, weExpand
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Dipy, a library for the analysis of diffusion MRI data
Diffusion Imaging in Python (Dipy) is a free and open source software project for the analysis of data from diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) experiments. Expand
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Actions Speak Louder Than Functions: The Importance of Manipulability and Action in Tool Representation
PET was used to investigate the neural correlates of action knowledge in object representations, particularly the left lateralized network of activations previously implicated in the processing ofExpand
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Divide and conquer: A defense of functional localizers
We explain the motivation for and advantages of the fROI approach, and we rebut the criticism of this method offered by Friston et al. Expand
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Spatial Normalization of Brain Images with Focal Lesions Using Cost Function Masking
We use cost-function masking to reduce image mismatch between template and image at the site of the lesion. Expand
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QuickBundles, a Method for Tractography Simplification
We present a simple, compact, tailor-made clustering algorithm, QuickBundles (QB), that overcomes the complexity of these large data sets and provides informative clusters in seconds. Expand
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Guidelines for reporting an fMRI study
In this editorial, we outline a set of guidelines for the reporting of methods and results in functional magnetic resonance imaging studies and provide a checklist to assist authors in preparing manuscripts that meet these guidelines. Expand
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