Advances in functional neuroimaging methodology for the study of brain systems underlying human neuropsychological function and dysfunction.

@article{Stern2001AdvancesIF,
  title={Advances in functional neuroimaging methodology for the study of brain systems underlying human neuropsychological function and dysfunction.},
  author={Emily Stern and David Alan Silbersweig},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={3-18}
}
Functional neuroimaging allows the non-invasive identification of distributed patterns of human brain activity associated with perceptual, congnitive, emotional and behavioral processes, in health and disease. Work in this field is methodologically intensive, requiring an interdisciplinary team of scientists to develop and apply rapidly advancing techniques. Here we focus upon the principles and methods of functional imaging, from hypothesis generation and study design, to subject recruitment… CONTINUE READING

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