Functional imaging with low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography ( LORETA ) : review , new comparisons , and new validation

@inproceedings{PascualMarqui2002FunctionalIW,
  title={Functional imaging with low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography ( LORETA ) : review , new comparisons , and new validation},
  author={Roberto D. Pascual-Marqui and Michaela Esslen and Kieko Kochi and Dietrich Lehmann},
  year={2002}
}
This paper provides a review of several recent publications that have successfully used the functional brain imaging method known as LORETA. Special emphasis is given to: (1) the electrophysiological and neuroanatomical basis of the method, (2) the localization and spatial blurring properties of the method, (3) the experimental validation of the method with real human data, and (4) its limitations. Papers that criticize LORETA are briefly discussed. Two new results are presented. Firstly… CONTINUE READING

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