Continuous carry-over designs for fMRI

@article{Aguirre2007ContinuousCD,
  title={Continuous carry-over designs for fMRI},
  author={Geoffrey Karl Aguirre},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={1480-1494}
}
This paper describes continuous carry-over fMRI experiments. In these studies, stimuli are presented in an unbroken, sequential manner, and can be used to estimate simultaneously the mean difference in neural activity between stimuli as well as the effect of one stimulus upon another (carry-over effects). Neural adaptation, which has been the basis of many recent fMRI studies, is shown to be a specific form of carry-over effect. With this approach, the adapting effects of stimuli may be studied… CONTINUE READING
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