Stimulus-related neuroimaging in task-engaged subjects is best predicted by concurrent spiking.

@article{Lima2014StimulusrelatedNI,
  title={Stimulus-related neuroimaging in task-engaged subjects is best predicted by concurrent spiking.},
  author={Bruss Lima and Mariana Cardoso and Yevgeniy B. Sirotin and Aniruddha Das},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 42},
  pages={13878-91}
}
The implicit goal of functional magnetic resonance imaging is to infer local neural activity. There is considerable debate, however, as to whether imaging correlates most linearly with local spiking or some local field potential (LFP) measurement. Through simultaneous neuroimaging (intrinsic-signal optical imaging) and electrode recordings from alert, task-engaged macaque monkeys, we showed previously that local electrophysiology correlates with only a specific stimulus-related imaging… CONTINUE READING
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