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Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

ISBN 9780878936274
Edition 3
Publication Date
Publisher Oxford University Press
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Overview
(Bulleted items represent a chapter-by-chapter sampling of new content.) 1. An Introduction to fMRI *Updated figures, text, and key terms *New box tracing fMRI research on a single topic over two decades 2. MRI Scanners *Updated description of MRI scanner technology *New images of MR hardware *Updated and modernized figures 3. Basic Principles of MR Signal Generation *Updated figures illustrating the generation of MR signal *Clarifications in the derivation of the MR signal generation process 4. Basic Principles of MR Image Formation *Updated figures illustrating the image formation process *Clarifications to mathematical descriptions based on student feedback *New thought questions 5. MRI Contrast Mechanisms and Acquisition Techniques *Updated images and data to reflect new MRI practice *Revisions throughout to address student questions about image contrast *New discussion of the fast imaging techniques used for fMRI 6. From Neuronal to Hemodynamic Activity *Revised consideration of the relationship between neuronal activity and neural energy demands, including coverage of recent studies *Increased coverage of the roles played by cells other than neurons in neural hemodynamics *Chapter reorganization to improve overall coherence by moving material specific to the fMRI BOLD signal to Chapter 7 *New box examining how cerebral blood flow changes in response to local metabolic demands 7. BOLD fMRI: Origins and Properties *Reorganized to improve the overall flow of the textbook *Coverage of very recent work linking elements of neuronal activity to BOLD fMRI signals *New and updated figures 8. Signal, Noise, and Preprocessing of fMRI Data *Improved discussion of functional SNR *Updated text throughout 9. Experimental Design *Improved descriptions of core elements of experimental paradigms *New examples of different design types, drawn from recent high-impact studies *Updated box on the Default Mode Network 10. Statistical Analysis I: Basic Analyses *Updated recommendations for data analyses, based on current fMRI practice *New and updated figures 11. Statistical Analysis II: Advanced Approaches *New and expanded consideration of multivariate analyses (e.g., pattern classification) *New and expanded consideration of methods for functional connectivity analyses *Expanded discussion of emerging advanced approaches for analysis *New figures to illustrate analysis methods using empirical results 12. Advanced fMRI Methods *Updates on techniques and images for greatly improved spatial and temporal resolution *Updates on the recent progress in fMRI contrast mechanisms *Discussion of recent advances in brain connectome and related imaging techniques 13. Combining fMRI with Other Techniques *Expanded discussion of combining fMRI with other techniques (e.g., TMS, EEG) *Expanded consideration of meta-analytic approaches *New examples of applying fMRI to other species 14. The Future of fMRI: Practical and Ethical Issues *Expanded consideration of practical applications of fMRI (e.g., law, neuromarketing) *Updated discussion of using fMRI for identifying traits *New discussion of integrating fMRI with genetic measures *New discussion linking fMRI to ongoing large-scale studies of the human brain Glossary Index
Overview
(Bulleted items represent a chapter-by-chapter sampling of new content.) 1. An Introduction to fMRI *Updated figures, text, and key terms *New box tracing fMRI research on a single topic over two decades 2. MRI Scanners *Updated description of MRI scanner technology *New images of MR hardware *Updated and modernized figures 3. Basic Principles of MR Signal Generation *Updated figures illustrating the generation of MR signal *Clarifications in the derivation of the MR signal generation process 4. Basic Principles of MR Image Formation *Updated figures illustrating the image formation process *Clarifications to mathematical descriptions based on student feedback *New thought questions 5. MRI Contrast Mechanisms and Acquisition Techniques *Updated images and data to reflect new MRI practice *Revisions throughout to address student questions about image contrast *New discussion of the fast imaging techniques used for fMRI 6. From Neuronal to Hemodynamic Activity *Revised consideration of the relationship between neuronal activity and neural energy demands, including coverage of recent studies *Increased coverage of the roles played by cells other than neurons in neural hemodynamics *Chapter reorganization to improve overall coherence by moving material specific to the fMRI BOLD signal to Chapter 7 *New box examining how cerebral blood flow changes in response to local metabolic demands 7. BOLD fMRI: Origins and Properties *Reorganized to improve the overall flow of the textbook *Coverage of very recent work linking elements of neuronal activity to BOLD fMRI signals *New and updated figures 8. Signal, Noise, and Preprocessing of fMRI Data *Improved discussion of functional SNR *Updated text throughout 9. Experimental Design *Improved descriptions of core elements of experimental paradigms *New examples of different design types, drawn from recent high-impact studies *Updated box on the Default Mode Network 10. Statistical Analysis I: Basic Analyses *Updated recommendations for data analyses, based on current fMRI practice *New and updated figures 11. Statistical Analysis II: Advanced Approaches *New and expanded consideration of multivariate analyses (e.g., pattern classification) *New and expanded consideration of methods for functional connectivity analyses *Expanded discussion of emerging advanced approaches for analysis *New figures to illustrate analysis methods using empirical results 12. Advanced fMRI Methods *Updates on techniques and images for greatly improved spatial and temporal resolution *Updates on the recent progress in fMRI contrast mechanisms *Discussion of recent advances in brain connectome and related imaging techniques 13. Combining fMRI with Other Techniques *Expanded discussion of combining fMRI with other techniques (e.g., TMS, EEG) *Expanded consideration of meta-analytic approaches *New examples of applying fMRI to other species 14. The Future of fMRI: Practical and Ethical Issues *Expanded consideration of practical applications of fMRI (e.g., law, neuromarketing) *Updated discussion of using fMRI for identifying traits *New discussion of integrating fMRI with genetic measures *New discussion linking fMRI to ongoing large-scale studies of the human brain Glossary Index

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