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8.3 Partial volume effects.
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8.4 Spatial correspondence between fMRI and electrophysiological recordings.
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8.5 Different effects of large and small vessels on extravascular spins.
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8.9 Effects of sampling rate (TR) upon the measured hemodynamic response. (Part 1)
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8.9 Effects of sampling rate (TR) upon the measured hemodynamic response. (Part 2)
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8.9 Effects of sampling rate (TR) upon the measured hemodynamic response. (Part 3)
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8.9 Effects of sampling rate (TR) upon the measured hemodynamic response. (Part 4)
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8.10 Use of interleaved stimulus presentation.
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8.11 Timing of mental events. (Part 1)
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8.11 Timing of mental events. (Part 2)
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8.12 Amplitude and timing of event-related fMRI hemodynamic response are uncorrelated. (Part 1)
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8.12 Amplitude and timing of event-related fMRI hemodynamic response are uncorrelated. (Part 2)
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8.13 The width of the fMRI BOLD response increases with the duration of mental activity. (Part 1)
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8.13 The width of the fMRI BOLD response increases with the duration of mental activity. (Part 2)
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8.13 The width of the fMRI BOLD response increases with the duration of mental activity. (Part 3)
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8.14 Using fMRI to identify the relative timing of activity across brain regions. (Part 1)
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Unformatted text preview: 8.14 Using fMRI to identify the relative timing of activity across brain regions. (Part 2) 8.16 Linear and nonlinear addition of hemodynamic responses. (Part 1) 8.16 Linear and nonlinear addition of hemodynamic responses. (Part 2) 8.17 The linear systems framework for fMRI. 8.18 Scaling and superposition. (Part 1) 8.18 Scaling and superposition. (Part 2) 8.19 Evidence for the linearity of the fMRI hemodynamic response. 8.20 Linear addition of hemodynamic responses to individual stimulus events. (Part 1) 8.20 Linear addition of hemodynamic responses to individual stimulus events. (Part 2) 8.21 Nonlinearity of the hemodynamic response at short interstimulus intervals. 8.1 How fMRI data are organized. 8.2 MR signal is elevated early in runs, before longitudinal magnetization reaches a steady state. 8.6 Ocular dominance columns. 8.7 Early results suggesting identification of ocular dominance columns in visual cortex using fMRI. 8.8 Ocular dominance columns in visual cortex. 8.15 Maps of BOLD latency to peak in visual cortical regions....
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