Network modelling methods for FMRI

@article{Smith2011NetworkMM,
  title={Network modelling methods for FMRI},
  author={Stephen M. Smith and Karla L. Miller and Gholamreza Salimi Khorshidi and Matthew A. Webster and Christian F. Beckmann and Thomas E. Nichols and Joseph Ramsey and Mark W. Woolrich},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2011},
  volume={54},
  pages={875-891}
}
There is great interest in estimating brain "networks" from FMRI data. This is often attempted by identifying a set of functional "nodes" (e.g., spatial ROIs or ICA maps) and then conducting a connectivity analysis between the nodes, based on the FMRI timeseries associated with the nodes. Analysis methods range from very simple measures that consider just two nodes at a time (e.g., correlation between two nodes' timeseries) to sophisticated approaches that consider all nodes simultaneously and… CONTINUE READING
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