False positives in neuroimaging genetics using voxel-based morphometry data

  • Matt Silvera, Giovanni Montanaa, Thomas E. Nicholsb
  • Published 2011


Voxel-wise statistical inference is commonly used to identify significant experimental effects or group differences in both functional and structural studies of the living brain. Tests based on the size of spatially extended clusters of contiguous suprathreshold voxels are also widely used due to their typically increased statistical power. In “imaging… (More)


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