Measuring relative timings of brain activities using fMRI

  title={Measuring relative timings of brain activities using fMRI},
  author={Santosh B. Katwal and John C. Gore and Chris Gatenby and Baxter P. Rogers},
Functional MRI (fMRI) has previously been shown to be able to measure hundreds of milliseconds differences in timings of activities in different brain regions, even though the underlying blood oxygenation level-dependent (BOLD) response is delayed and dispersed on the order of seconds. This capability may contribute towards the study of communication within the brain by assessing the temporal sequences of various brain processes (mental chronometry). The practical limit of fMRI for detecting… CONTINUE READING
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