Slice-by-slice motion correction in spinal cord fMRI: SliceCorr

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Introduction Subject motion in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is highly problematic for the detection of responses showing small effect size and/or spatially extent. To mitigate this problem, various methods have been proposed to correct this type of motion a posteriori. These methods correct each volume using a 3D rigid-body matrix having six… (More)

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@inproceedings{CohenAdad2008SlicebysliceMC, title={Slice-by-slice motion correction in spinal cord fMRI: SliceCorr}, author={J{\"u}lien Cohen-Adad and S{\'e}bastien Rossignol and Rick Hoge}, year={2008} }