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Duke Univ., Durham, NC. Textbook provides an introduction to fMRI research. Topics include MRI scanners, basic principles of MR signal generation, MR contrast mechanisms and pulse sequences, neuronal activity, experimental design, and advanced fMRI methods. For students and researchers. Previous edition: c2004. DNLM: Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Table of Contents
An Introduction to Functional
Imaging From Neuronal to Hemodynamic
Activity Basic Principles of Magnetic Resonance
Imaging Principles of Image Formation
MR Contrast Mechanisms and Pulse Sequences
BOLD fMRI Spatial and Temporal Properties of fMRI
Signal and Noise in fMRI
Preprocessing of fMRI
Data Experimental Design Statistical
Analysis Advanced fMRI
Methods Applications of fMRI
Integrating fMRI with Other Techniques
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