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Chapter 6 Hemodynamic Imaging: fMRI and PET, Talavage, T. M., Johnsrude I., and Gonzalez-Castillo J. , Springer Handbook on Auditory Research. Human Auditory Cortex., New York, (2012)
Choosing the optimal pulse sequence for fMRI, Bandettini, P. A. , Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain: Methods for Neuroscience, p.123-143, (2001)
Echo - planar magnetic resonance imaging of human brain activation, Bandettini, P. A., and Wong E. C. , Echo Planar Imaging: Theory, Technique, and Application, Berlin, p.493-530, (1997)
fMRI: The spatial, temporal, and interpretative limits of functional MRI, Bandettini, P. A. , Neuropsychopharmacology: The Fifth Generation of Progress, p.344-357, (2002)
Functional MRI, Bandettini, P. A. , Handbook of Neuropsychology, (2002)
Principles of Functional MRI, Bandettini, P. A. , Functional Neuroimaging of Neurologic Disorders, (2006)
Description logics for matchmaking of services, Gonzalez-Castillo, J., Trastour D., and Bartolini C. , Proceedings of KI2001 Workshop on Applications of Description Logics, Vienna, Austria, (2001)
Measuring the Consistency of Global Functional Connectivity Using Kernel Regression Methods, Chu, C., Handwerker D. A., Bandettini P. A., and Ashburner J. , 2011 International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging (PRNI)2011 International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in NeuroImaging, Seoul, Korea (South), p.41 - 44, (2011)
Neuronal current imaging using MRI: A feasibility study, Petridou, N., Bodurka J., Loew M., and Bandettini P. A. , Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, Volume 4321, p.188 - 194, (2001)
The neuroscientific exploitation of high-resolution functional magnetic resonance imaging, Kriegeskorte, N., and Bandettini P. A. , Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology - Proceedings, p.21 - 24, (2006)


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