Neuroinformatics Tools for Functional MRI: Experimental Design and Data Analysis

Miyapuram, Krishna P. and Pammi, V. S. Chandrasekhar and Ahmed, Ahmed and Bapi, Raju S. (2007) Neuroinformatics Tools for Functional MRI: Experimental Design and Data Analysis. (Unpublished)

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Neuroimaging in vivo is becoming popular from the last two decades. The primary quest of neuroimaging is to better-understanding the functions of various brain areas pertaining to various cognitive processes of interest. Though there are several neuroimaging techniques available currently, the functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) is playing an important role in the field of Imaging Neuroscience. In this paper an introduction to fMRI, the issues related to experimental design and analysis will be presented. This paper also discusses some of the neuroinformatics tools available for fMRI research.

Item Type:Other
Keywords:fMRI, Experimental design, Statistical Parametric Mapping
Subjects:Neuroscience > Brain Imaging
ID Code:5485
Deposited By: Miyapuram, Mr Krishna
Deposited On:26 Apr 2007
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:56

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