Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging: modelling, inference and optimization.

  title={Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging: modelling, inference and optimization.},
  author={Oliver Josephs and Richard N. A. Henson},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  volume={354 1387},
Event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging is a recent and popular technique for detecting haemodynamic responses to brief stimuli or events. However, the design of event-related experiments requires careful consideration of numerous issues of measurement, modelling and inference. Here we review these issues, with particular emphasis on the use of basis functions within a general linear modelling framework to model and make inferences about the haemodynamic response. With these models… CONTINUE READING
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