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Comparing hemodynamic models with DCM
We show that the best model is a non-linear model with a revised form for the coefficients, in which ε is treated as a free parameter. Expand
Hemodynamic Traveling Waves in Human Visual Cortex
We find that a detailed physiologically-based model of spatiotemporal BOLD responses predicts traveling waves with velocities and spatial ranges in empirically observable ranges. Expand
Mean-field modeling of the basal ganglia-thalamocortical system. II Dynamics of parkinsonian oscillations.
Neuronal correlates of Parkinson's disease (PD) include a shift to lower frequencies in the electroencephalogram (EEG) and enhanced synchronized oscillations at 3-7 and 7-30 Hz in the basal ganglia,Expand
BOLD responses to stimuli: Dependence on frequency, stimulus form, amplitude, and repetition rate
A quantitative theory is developed for the relationship between stimulus and the resulting blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) functional MRI signal. Expand
Spatiotemporal BOLD dynamics from a poroelastic hemodynamic model.
A quantitative theory is developed for the relationship between stimulus and the resulting blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) signal, including bothExpand
NFTsim: Theory and Simulation of Multiscale Neural Field Dynamics
A user ready, portable, documented software package, NFTsim, is presented to facilitate numerical simulations of a wide range of brain systems using continuum neural field modeling. Expand
Spatiotemporal hemodynamic response functions derived from physiology.
Probing neural activity with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) relies upon understanding the hemodynamic response to changes in neural activity. Although existing studies have extensivelyExpand
Firing pattern of bursting neurons under sinusoidal drive in mean-field modeling.
Bursting has been observed in many sensory neurons, and is thought to be important in neural signaling, sleep, and some disorders of the brain. Bursting neurons have been studied via various types ofExpand
A Multiscale “Working Brain” Model
A first integration of the corticothalamic and arousal-state models is carried out by incorporating a simple model of their couplings: upward via the neuromodulatory effects of the ascending arousal system, and downward via the gating of light inputs by higher-level behavior. Expand