fMRI Study of Face Perception and Memory Using Random Stimulus Sequences

Vincent P. Clark, Jose M. Maisog, James V. Haxby
1998 Journal of Neurophysiology  
Clark, Vincent P., Jose M. Maisog, and James V. Haxby. fMRI designs also makes it difficult to compare the results of these study of face perception and memory using random stimulus se-fMRI investigations with those of previous electrophysioquences. J. Neurophysiol. 79: 3257-3265, 1998. A new functional logical and psychophysical research that have used randommagnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) method was used to investiized designs. Furthermore, the specificity of functional data gate the
more » ... ata gate the functional neuroanatomy of face perception and memory. obtained using blocked designs may be compromised by Whole-brain fMRI data were acquired while four types of stimuli a number of factors, including the subjects' expectancies were presented sequentially in an unpredictable pseudorandom or-3257 0022-3077/98 $5.00
doi:10.1152/jn.1998.79.6.3257 pmid:9636124 fatcat:mh34b6xv5vdihfawvuimau7hba