A conceptual overview and critique of functional neuroimaging techniques in humans: I. MRI/FMRI and PET.

  • C. J. Aine
  • Published 1995 in Critical reviews in neurobiology

Abstract

A critical evaluation of current, noninvasive brain-mapping techniques indicates that no one technique in isolation can adequately address the varied questions of interest to basic researchers and clinicians. Consequently, an integrated analysis of anatomical and functional measurements has become the ultimate goal to better characterize the nature of… (More)

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