Interleaved silent steady state (ISSS) imaging: A new sparse imaging method applied to auditory fMRI

@article{Schwarzbauer2006InterleavedSS,
  title={Interleaved silent steady state (ISSS) imaging: A new sparse imaging method applied to auditory fMRI},
  author={Christian Schwarzbauer and Matthew H. Davis and Jennifer M. Rodd and Ingrid S. Johnsrude},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={774-782}
}
The acoustic scanner noise that is generated by rapid gradient switching in echo planar imaging (EPI) is an important confounding factor in auditory fMRI. [...] Key ResultA validation study comparing ISSS to conventional sparse imaging demonstrates that ISSS imaging provides time course information that is absent in conventional sparse imaging data. The ISSS sequence has a temporal resolution like eventrelated (ER) imaging within a single trial (unlike conventional sparse imaging, where ER-like temporal… Expand Abstract

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