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Current topics in behavioral neurosciences
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) methods have been extensively applied to study the human brain and its functional organization in healthy and disease states. A strong rationale exists for the extension of this approach to animal models as a translational tool to bridge clinical and preclinical research. Specifically, the development of pharmacological MRI (phMRI), i.e., the use of fMRI to map spatiotemporal patterns of brain activity induced by pharmacological agents, has provideddoi:10.1007/7854_2010_103 pmid:21225416 fatcat:3cddqqdnkzdubharizfi57e5vu