Academic Journals

  1. M. X. Huang, J. J. Shih, R. R. Lee, D. L. Harrington, R. J. Thoma, M. P. Weisend, F. Hanlon, K. M. Paulson, T. Li, K. Martin, G. A. Millers, J. M. Canive. Commonalities and differences among vectorized beamformers in electromagnetic source imaging. Brain Topogr, 16(3):139-158, 2004. (more) download
  2. J. Xiong, P. T. Fox, J. H. Gao. Directly mapping magnetic field effects of neuronal activity by magnetic resonance imaging. Hum Brain Mapp, 20(1):41-49, 2003. (more) download
  3. J. Haueisen, D. S. Tuch, C. Ramon, P.H. Schimpf, V. J. Wedeen, J. S. George, J.W. Belliveau. The influence of brain tissue anisotropy on human EEG and MEG. NeuroImage, 15(1):159-166, 2002. (more) download
  4. G. Strangman, J. P. Culver, J. H. Thompson, D. A. Boas. A quantitative comparison of simultaneous BOLD fMRI and NIRS recordings during functional brain activation. NeuroImage, 17(2):719-731, 2002. (more) download
  5. S. A. Huettel, G. McCarthy. Regional differences in the refractory period of the hemodynamic response: an event-related fMRI study. NeuroImage, 14(5):967-976, 2001. (more) download
  6. D. S. Tuch, V. J. Wedeen, A. M. Dale, J.S. George, J. W. Belliveau. Conductivity tensor mapping of the human brain using diffusion tensor MRI. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 98(20):11697-11701, 2001. (more) download
  7. D. C. Van Essen, H. A. Drury, J. Dickson, J. Harwell, D. Hanlon, C. H. Anderson. An integrated software suite for surface-based analyses of cerebral cortex. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 8(5):443-459, 2001. (more) download
  8. D. H. Brooks, G. F. Ahmad, R. S. MacLeod, G. M. Maratos. Inverse electrocardiography by simultaneous imposition of multiple constraints. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 46(1):3-18, 1999. (more) download
  9. V. Menon, J. M. Ford, K. O. Lim, G. H. Glover, A. Pfefferbaum. Combined event-related fMRI and EEG evidence for temporal-parietal cortex activation during target detection. Neuroreport, 8(14):3029-3037, 1997. (more) download
  10. J. P. Wikswo Jr, A. Gevins, S. J. Williamson. The future of the EEG and MEG. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol, 87(1):1-9, 1993. (more) download

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