Using the talairach atlas with the MNI template

@article{Brett2001UsingTT,
  title={Using the talairach atlas with the MNI template},
  author={Matthew Brett and Kalina Christoff and Rhodri Cusack and Jack L. Lancaster},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2001},
  volume={13}
}
Many functional imaging studies match their data to a brain template from the Monteal Neurological Institute (MNI). It is common for such studies to report activation coordinates and estimated Brodmann areas (BAs) in terms of the 1988 atlas of Talairach and Tournoux. This can be problematic, as the brains in the Talairach atlas and MNI template differ significantly in shape and size. This poster describes the differences between the atlas and MNI template, and presents an automated non-linear… CONTINUE READING
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