General multilevel linear modeling for group analysis in FMRI.

@article{Beckmann2003GeneralML,
  title={General multilevel linear modeling for group analysis in FMRI.},
  author={Christian F. Beckmann and Mark Jenkinson and Stephen M. Smith},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2003},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={1052-63}
}
This article discusses general modeling of multisubject and/or multisession FMRI data. In particular, we show that a two-level mixed-effects model (where parameters of interest at the group level are estimated from parameter and variance estimates from the single-session level) can be made equivalent to a single complete mixed-effects model (where parameters of interest at the group level are estimated directly from all of the original single sessions' time series data) if the (co-)variance at… CONTINUE READING
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