Guidelines for reporting an fMRI study

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Guidelines for reporting an fMRI study
Authors: Russell A. Poldrack, Paul C. Fletcher, Richard N. Henson, Keith J. Worsley, Matthew Brett, Thomas E. Nichols
Citation: NeuroImage 40 : 409-414. 2008 April
Database(s): PubMed (PMID/18191585)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2007.11.048.
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Guidelines for reporting an fMRI study is an editorial setting up guidelines for what information should be present in scientific papers reporting functional magnetic resonance imaging studies. The appendix lists what information to include with respect to experimental design, task specification, planned comparisons, subject group, ethical approval, behavioral performance, data acquisition (magnetic resonance imaging scanning), data preprocessing, intersubject registration, spatial smoothing, statistical modeling.

Other researchers have also put forward guidelines for neuroimaging reporting in voxel-based morphometry.[1]

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  1. Gerard R. Ridgway, Susie M.D. Henley, Jonathan D. Rohrer, Rachael I. Scahill, Jason D. Warren, Nick C. Fox (2008). "Ten simple rules for reporting voxel-based morphometry studies". NeuroImage 40(4): 1429-1435. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2008.01.003.
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