(Same as Biomedical Engineering M284, Biomedical Physics M285, Neuroscience M285, and Psychology M278.) In-depth examination of activation imaging, including MRI and electrophysiological methods, data acquisition and analysis, experimental design, and results obtained thus far in human systems. Strong focus on understanding technologies, how to design activation imaging paradigms, and how to interpret results. Laboratory visits and design and implementation of functional MRI experiment. Lecture, three hours. S/U or letter grading.
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