A re-defined and generalized percent-overlap-of-activation measure for studies of fMRI reproducibility and its use in identifying outlier activation maps

@article{Maitra2010ARA,
  title={A re-defined and generalized percent-overlap-of-activation measure for studies of fMRI reproducibility and its use in identifying outlier activation maps},
  author={Ranjan Maitra},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2010},
  volume={50},
  pages={124-135}
}
Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) is a popular noninvasive modality to investigate activation in the human brain. The end result of most fMRI experiments is an activation map corresponding to the given paradigm. These maps can vary greatly from one study to the next, so quantifying the reliability of identified activation over several fMRI studies is important. The percent overlap of activation (Rombouts et al., 1998; Machielsen et al., 2000) is a global reliability measure between… CONTINUE READING

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