Example 3: Decoding visual attention with real-time fMRI

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We will now describe how to build a real-time fMRI (functional magentic resonance imaging) neurofeedback experiment using BrainStream. Real-time fMRI experiments are very different compared to real-time EEG experiments. This is because in real-time fMRI, the fMRI scanner cannot be controlled using BrainStream meaning that data acquistion cannot be started or stopped by BrainStream and no hardware markers can be sent to the scanner.

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Topic revision: r1 - 02 Jan 2013 - 14:09:51 - AdnanNiazi
 
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