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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging: An Introduction to Methods

Peter Jezzard, Paul M Matthews, and Stephen M Smith

Abstract

This book provides an introduction to functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), the scanning technique that allows the mapping of active processes within the brain. There are six sections to the book, with chapters from an international team. Part I provides a broad overview of the field and sets the context. Part II describes the physiological and physical background to fMRI, including coverage of the hardware required and pulse-sequence selection. Practical issues involving experimental design of the paradigms, psycho-physical stimulus delivery, and subject response are covered in Part I ... More

Keywords: fMRI, scanning technique, mapping, active processes, brain, pulse-sequence selection, experimental design, paradigms, stimulus delivery, subject response

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2001 Print ISBN-13: 9780192630711
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780192630711.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Peter Jezzard, editor
Head of MR Physics, FMRIB Centre, Dept of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford

Paul M Matthews, editor
Director, FMRIB Centre, Dept of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford

Stephen M Smith, editor
Head of Image Analysis, FMRIB Centre, Dept of Clinical Neurology, University of Oxford

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Contents

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I Introduction

II Physics and physiology

3 Principles of nuclear magnetic resonance and MRI

Peter Jezzard, and Stuart Clare

4 Ultra-fast fMRI

Richard A. Jones, Jason A. Brookes, and Chrit T.W. Moonen

7 Spatial and temporal resolution in fMRI

Ravi S. Menon, and Bradley G. Goodyear

8 Quantitative measurement using fMRI

Richard D. Hoge, and G. Bruce Pike

III Experimental design

9 Effective paradigm design

David I. Donaldson, and Randy L. Buckner

IV Analysis of functional imaging data

11 Overview of fMRI analysis

Stephen M. Smith

16 Extracting brain connectivity

Christian Büchel, and Karl Friston

V fMRI applications

17 fMRI: applications to cognitive neuroscience

Adrian M. Owen, Russell Epstein, and Ingrid S. Johnsrude

VI Integrating technologies

19 Dynamic functional neuroimaging integrating multiple modalities

John S. George, David M. Schmidt, David M. Rector, and Chris Wood

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