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  1. T. J. Huppert, R. D. Hoge, S. G. Diamond, M. A. Franceschini, D. A. Boas. A temporal comparison of BOLD, ASL, and NIRS hemodynamic responses to motor stimuli in adult humans. Neuroimage, 29(2):368-82, 2006. (more) download
  2. E. Kobayashi, A. P. Bagshaw, C. Grova, J. Gotman, F. Dubeau. Grey matter heterotopia: what EEG-fMRI can tell us about epileptogenicity of neuronal migration disorders. Brain, 129(0):366-74, 2006. (more) download
  3. Y. Behzadi, T.T. Liu. An arteriolar compliance model of the cerebral blood flow response to neural stimulus. Neuroimage, 25(4):1100-11, 2005. (more) download
  4. M. Brazdil, M. Dobsik, M. Mikl, P. Hlustik, P. Daniel, M. Pazourkova, P. Krupa, I. Rektor. Combined event-related fMRI and intracerebral ERP study of an auditory oddball task. Neuroimage, 26(1):285-93, 2005. (more) download
  5. M. J. Brookes, A. M. Gibson, S. D. Hall, P. L. Furlong, G. R. Barnes, A. Hillebrand, K. D. Singh, I. E. Holliday, S. T. Francis, P. G. Morris. GLM-beamformer method demonstrates stationary field, alpha ERD and gamma ERS co-localisation with fMRI BOLD response in visual cortex. Neuroimage, 26(1):302-8, 2005. (more) download
  6. K. Hamandi, A. Salek Haddadi, A. Liston, H. Laufs, D. R. Fish, L. Lemieux. fMRI temporal clustering analysis in patients with frequent interictal epileptiform discharges: comparison with EEG-driven analysis. Neuroimage, 26(1):309-16, 2005. (more) download
  7. D.S. Kim. The cutting edge of fMRI and high-field fMRI. Int Rev Neurobiol, 66:147-66, 2005. (more) download
  8. K. Torquati, V. Pizzella, C. Babiloni, C. Del Gratta, S. Della Penna, A. Ferretti, R. Franciotti, P. M. Rossini, G. L. Romani. Nociceptive and non-nociceptive sub-regions in the human secondary somatosensory cortex: an MEG study using fMRI constraints. Neuroimage, 26(1):48-56, 2005. (more) download
  9. E. R. Cohen, E. Rostrup, K. Sidaros, T. E. Lund, O. B. Paulson, K. Ugurbil, S. G. Kim. Hypercapnic normalization of BOLD fMRI: comparison across field strengths and pulse sequences. Neuroimage, 23(2):613-24, 2004. (more) download
  10. J.R. Foucher, H. Otzenberger, D. Gounot. Where arousal meets attention: a simultaneous fMRI and EEG recording study. Neuroimage, 22(2):688-697, 2004. (more) download
  11. T. Hinterberger, N. Weiskopf, R. Veit, B. Wilhelm, E. Betta, N. Birbaumer. An EEG-driven brain-computer interface combined with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). IEEE Trans Biomed Eng, 51(6):971-4, 2004. (more) download
  12. S.J. Kiebel, K.J. Friston. Statistical parametric mapping for event-related potentials: I. Generic considerations. Neuroimage, 22(2):492-502, 2004. (more) download
  13. S.J. Kiebel, K.J. Friston. Statistical parametric mapping for event-related potentials (II): a hierarchical temporal model. Neuroimage, 22(2):503-20, 2004. (more) download
  14. D. S. Kim, I. Ronen, C. Olman, S. G. Kim, K. Ugurbil, L. J. Toth. Spatial relationship between neuronal activity and BOLD functional MRI. Neuroimage, 21(3):876-85, 2004. (more) download
  15. K. H. Kim, H. W. Yoon, H. W. Park. Improved ballistocardiac artifact removal from the electroencephalogram recorded in fMRI. J Neurosci Methods, 135(1):193-203, 2004. (more) download
  16. Y. Nagai, H. D. Critchley, E. Featherstone, P. B. Fenwick, M. R. Trimble, R. J. Dolan. Brain activity relating to the contingent negative variation: an fMRI investigation. Neuroimage, 21(4):1232-41, 2004. (more) download
  17. T. Obata, T.T. Liu, K.L. Miller, W.M. Luh, E.C. Wong, L.R. Frank, R.B. Buxton. Discrepancies between BOLD and flow dynamics in primary and supplementary motor areas: application of the balloon model to the interpretation of BOLD transients. Neuroimage, 21(1):144-53, 2004. (more) download
  18. K. Caesar, L. Gold, M. Lauritzen. Context sensitivity of activity-dependent increases in cerebral blood flow. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 100(7):4239-44, 2003. (more) download
  19. B. Diehl, A. Salek-haddadi, D. R. Fish, L. Lemieux. Mapping of spikes, slow waves, and motor tasks in a patient with malformation of cortical development using simultaneous EEG and fMRI. Magn Reson Imaging, 21(10):1167-73, 2003. (more) download
  20. C. Christmann, M. Ruf, D. F. Braus, H. Flor. Simultaneous electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging of primary and secondary somatosensory cortex in humans after electrical stimulation. Neurosci Lett, 333(1):69-73, 2002. (more) download
  21. C. Del Gratta, S. Della Penna, A. Ferretti, R. Franciotti, V. Pizzella, A. Tartaro, K. Torquati, L. Bonomo, G. L. Romani, P. M. Rossini. Topographic organization of the human primary and secondary somatosensory cortices: comparison of fMRI and MEG findings. Neuroimage, 17(3):1373-83, 2002. (more) download
  22. D.W. Shattuck, R.M. Leahy. BrainSuite: an automated cortical surface identification tool. Med Image Anal, 6(2):129-142, 2002. (more) download
  23. R. Turner. How much cortex can a vein drain? Downstream dilution of activation-related cerebral blood oxygenation changes. Neuroimage, 16(4):1062-7, 2002. (more) download
  24. K. Cheng, R. A. Waggoner, K. Tanaka. Human ocular dominance columns as revealed by high-field functional magnetic resonance imaging. Neuron, 32(2):359-74, 2001. (more) download
  25. L. K. Hansen, F. A. Nielsen, S. C. Strother, N. Lange. Consensus inference in neuroimaging. Neuroimage, 13(6):1212-8, 2001. (more) download
  26. E.A. Disbrow, D.A. Slutsky, T.P. Roberts, L.A. Krubitzer. Functional MRI at 1.5 tesla: a comparison of the blood oxygenation level-dependent signal and electrophysiology. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 97(17):9718-23, 2000. (more) download
  27. A.F. Cannestra, N. Pouratian, M.H. Shomer, A.W. Toga. Refractory periods observed by intrinsic signal and fluorescent dye imaging. J Neurophysiol, 80(3):1522-32, 1998. (more) download
  28. J.W. Belliveau, D.N. Kennedy Jr, R.C. McKinstry, B.R. Buchbinder, R.M. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, J.M. Vevea, T.J. Brady, B.R. Rosen. Functional mapping of the human visual cortex by magnetic resonance imaging. Science, 254(5032):716-719, 1991. (more) download

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