Influence of fMRI smoothing procedures on replicability of fine scale motor localization.

@article{Geissler2005InfluenceOF,
  title={Influence of fMRI smoothing procedures on replicability of fine scale motor localization.},
  author={Alexander Geissler and Rupert Lanzenberger and Markus Barth and Amir Reza Tahamtan and Denny Milakara and Andreas Gartus and Roland Beisteiner},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={323-31}
}
Recent publications analyzing the influence of spatial smoothing on fMRI brain activation results demonstrated that smoothing may artificially combine activations from adjacent though functionally and anatomically distinct brain regions and that activation from large draining vessels may be smoothed into neighboring neuronal tissue. To investigate whether functional localizations may be artificially shifted by the smoothing procedure we performed replicability measurements. Localization centers… CONTINUE READING

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