Coordinate-based voxel-wise meta-analysis: dividends of spatial normalization. Report of a virtual workshop.

@article{Fox2005CoordinatebasedVM,
  title={Coordinate-based voxel-wise meta-analysis: dividends of spatial normalization. Report of a virtual workshop.},
  author={Peter T. Fox and Angela R. Laird and Jack L. Lancaster},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2005},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={1-5}
}
Spatial normalization transforms a brain image from its natural form (“native space”) into a standardized form defined by a reference brain [Fox, 1995a]. The original motivation for introducing this technique was to allow the brain locations of task-induced functional activations to be reported in a “precise and unambiguous” manner, thereby “facilitating direct comparison of experimental results from different laboratories” [Fox et al., 1985]. The prospect of clear communication as a “dividend… CONTINUE READING

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