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Functional magnetic resonance imaging: applications in clinical neurology and psychiatry
  1. S. Rombouts

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    Edited by Mark D’Esposito. Published by Taylor and Francis, New York, 2006, £85.00 (hardcover), pp 206. ISBN 1-84214-295-X

    Magnetic resonance imaging has matured rapidly as a tool for studying brain function in <15 years’ time. In particular, the fast developments of methods for data acquisition, paradigm design and data analysis techniques of functional MRI (FMRI) have enabled a multidisciplinary community of researchers to study normal brain function. In a time …

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