Encoding and decoding in fMRI

@article{Naselaris2011EncodingAD,
  title={Encoding and decoding in fMRI},
  author={Thomas Naselaris and Kendrick Norris Kay and S. Nishimoto and J. Gallant},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={400-410}
}
Over the past decade fMRI researchers have developed increasingly sensitive techniques for analyzing the information represented in BOLD activity. The most popular of these techniques is linear classification, a simple technique for decoding information about experimental stimuli or tasks from patterns of activity across an array of voxels. A more recent development is the voxel-based encoding model, which describes the information about the stimulus or task that is represented in the activity… Expand
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