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Test-retest variability underlying fMRI measurements.

INTRODUCTIONA high test-retest reliability is of pivotal importance for many disciplines in fMRI research. To assess the current limits of fMRI reliability, we estimated the variability in true underlying Blood Oxygen Level Dependent (BOLD) activation, with which we mean the variability that would b... Full description

Journal Title: NeuroImage March 2012, Vol.60(1), pp.717-727
Main Author: Raemaekers, M
Other Authors: Du Plessis, S , Ramsey, N F , Weusten, J M H , Vink, M
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