ISBN-10:
1603279180
ISBN-13:
9781603279185
Pub. Date:
09/01/2009
Publisher:
Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
fMRI Techniques and Protocols / Edition 1

fMRI Techniques and Protocols / Edition 1

by Massimo Filippi

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Overview

As fMRI technology has provided invaluable insights into the mechanisms through which the human brain works in healthy individuals and in patients with different neurological and psychiatric conditions, the study of brain function and even the monitoring of the effects of treatment have become more effective and efficient. In fMRI Techniques and Prools, an international assemblage of renowned scientists and physicians provide the background needed to plan and design new studies in order to advance our knowledge of the physiology of the normal human brain and its change following tissue injury. With sections focusing on basic principles of fMRI, its application to measure brain function, clinical applications, and glimpses into the future of fMRI development, the volume condenses this ample, varied field into one user-friendly compendium of information and techniques.

Comprehensive and cutting-edge, fMRI Techniques and Prools is an ideal guide for all those who wish to continue expanding this dynamic and ever-growing field of research.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781603279185
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York, LLC
Publication date: 09/01/2009
Series: Neuromethods , #41
Edition description: 2009
Pages: 843
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.50(d)

Table of Contents

Part I: BOLD fMRI: Basic Principles

1. Principles of MRI and Functional MRI

Ralf Deichmann

2. Introduction to Functional MRI Hardware

Luis Hernandez-Garcia, Scott Peltier, and William Grissom

3. Selection of Optimal Pulse Sequences for fMRI

Mark J. Lowe and Erik B. Beall

4. High-Field fMRI

Alayar Kangarlu

5. Experimental Design

Hugh Garavan and Kevin Murphy

6. Preparing fMRI Data for Statistical Analysis

John Ashburner

7. Statistical Analysis of fMRI Data

Mark W. Woolrich, Christian F. Beckmann, Thomas E. Nichols, and Stephen M. Smith

8. Dynamic Causal Modelling of Brain Responses

Karl J. Friston

9. Brain Atlases: Their Development and Role in Functional Inference

John Darrel Van Horn and Arthur W. Toga

Part II: fMRI Application to Measure Brain Function

10. fMRI: Applications in Cognitive Neuroscience

Mark D’Esposito, Andrew Kayser, and Anthony Chen

11. FMRI of Language Systems

Jeffrey R. Binder

12. Imaging Brain Attention Systems: Control and Selection in Vision

George R. Mangun, Sean P. Fannon, Joy J. Geng, and Clifford D. Saron

13. fMRI of Memory

Federica Agosta, Indre V. Viskontas, and Maria Luisa Gorno-Tempini

14. fMRI of Emotion

Simon Robinson, Ewald Moser, and Martin Peper

15. fMRI of Pain

Emma G. Duerden and Gary H. Duncan

16. fMRI of the Sensorimotor System

Massimo Filippi and Maria A. Rocca

17. Functional Imaging of the Human Visual System

Guy A. Orban and Zoe Kourtzi

18. fMRI of the Central Auditory System

Deborah Ann Hall and Aspasia Eleni Paltoglou

Part III: fMRI Clinical Application

19. Application of fMRI to Multiple Sclerosis and Other White Matter Disorders

Massimo Filippi and Maria A. Rocca

20. fMRI in Cerebrovascular Disorders

Nick S. Ward

21. fMRI in Psychiatric Disorders

Erin L. Habecker, Melissa A. Daniels, and Perry F. Renshaw

22. fMRI in Neurodegenerative Diseases: From Scientific Insights to Clinical Applications

Bradford C. Dickerson

23. fMRI in Epilepsy

Rachel Thornton, Robert Powell, and Louis Lemieux

24. fMRI in Neurosurgery

Oliver Gaslandt, Christopher Nimsky, Michael Buchfelder, and Peter Grummich

25. Pharmacological Applications of fMRI

Paul M. Matthews

26. Application of fMRI to Monitor Motor Rehabilitation

Steven C. Cramer

Part IV: Future fMRI Development

27. Integration of Measures of Functional and Structural MRI

Heidi Johansen-Berg, Timothy E.J. Behrens, Saad Jbabdi, and Kate E. Watkins

28. Functional MRI of the Spinal Cord

Patrick W. Stroman and Massimo Filippi

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