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Functional Fields in Human Auditory Cortex Revealed by Time-Resolved fMRI without Interference of EPI Noise
The gradient switching during fast echoplanar functional magnetic resonance imaging (EPI-fMRI) produces loud noises that may interact with the functional activation of the central auditory system induced by experimental acoustic stimuli. This interaction is unpredictable and is likely to confound the interpretation of functional maps of the auditory cortex. In the present study we used an experimental design which does not require the presentation of stimuli during EPI acquisitions and allowsdoi:10.1006/nimg.2000.0683 pmid:11162273 fatcat:p3uwkq57ujhpnarqezgked76di