Stochastic Designs in Event-Related fMRI

@article{Friston1999StochasticDI,
  title={Stochastic Designs in Event-Related fMRI},
  author={Karl J. Friston and E. Zarahn and O. Josephs and R. Henson and A. Dale},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={1999},
  volume={10},
  pages={607-619}
}
This article considers the efficiency of event-related fMRI designs in terms of the optimum temporal pattern of stimulus or trial presentations. The distinction between "stochastic" and "deterministic" is used to distinguish between designs that are specified in terms of the probability that an event will occur at a series of time points (stochastic) and those in which events always occur at prespecified time (deterministic). Stochastic designs may be "stationary," in which the probability is… Expand
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