Lecture 2 Mirrors and Movement

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Department
Cognitive Science
Course
COGS 11
Professor
Mary Boyle
Semester
Fall

Description
Mirrors and Movements 10/5 Friday, October 11, 2013 3:18 PM Differences between MRI and fMRI MRI: images of brain structure fMRI: images of brain function MRI and fMRI rely on magnetic susceptibility Acquiring functional images Low resolution Rapid sequence Cognitive manipulation Statistics Ask patient to do task and then to rest Subtract the changes Statistical Parameter Maps Each voxel (pixel) has associated statistics Superimposed on anatomical images, thresholded and clustered Posterior Parietal Association Cortex  Is an association cortex because it receives information from multiple systems  Integrates where type information  Receives information from 3 s
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