Neuropsychophysiological mapping was the topic of Jennifer Robinson’s poster presentation at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) Annual Meeting 2015.
The presentation reviews data acquired using BIOPAC MR-compatible modules, leads, and electrodes during simultaneous ultra high field, high-resolution functional neuroimaging. The poster clearly explains setup and shows neural correlates paired with ECG, EMG, EDA, and Grip, with results of EMG, EDA, and basic cardiovascular measures derived after signal processing to remove scanning artifacts.
Neuropsychophysiological mapping: Concurrent psychophysiological recording and fMRI at 7T Jennifer L. Robinson, Ph.D., Matthew Miller, Ph.D., Keith Lohse, Ph.D., Ronald Beyers, Ph.D., Kirk Grand, Lauren A. J. Kirby, Ashley C. Hill, Jerry E. Murphy, Alan Macy, M.S.E.E., Ken Graap, M.Ed.
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