PSY 992 Section 601: Introduction to fMRI, Spring 2013

Meeting Date and Time:
Tuesday and Thursday: 10:20-11:40 AM

Meeting locations:
346 Giltner Hall

Office Hours
Tuesday, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Thursday, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Class Syllabus

Lectures

Class Introduction and MR Safety

Part I: Intro to MRI Physics

Part II: Neurophysiology and BOLD

Part III: Introduction to fMRI Design
Additional Reading: 3D Deconvolve

Part IV: fMRI Block Design and Analysis
Required Reading: Example for fMRI Block Design and Analysis
Lecture on ROI analysis
Lecture on clusterAnalysis

Part V: fMRI Event-related Design and Analysis
Reading 1: An example of event-related fMRI study
Reading 2: Relevant scripts

Resting-state fMRI and DTI

Labs
Lab 1: Basic Linux

Lab 2: AFNI Ineractive (exercise)
Reading 1: AFNI Intro
Reading 2: AFNI Interactive

Lab 3: AFNI Interactive (Continued)
Reading 1: Talairach
Reading 2: ROI drawing

Lab 4: fMRI Block Experiment Design

Lab 5: fMRI Block Individual Subject Data Analysis

Lab 6: fMRI Group Analysis

Lab 7: Cluster Analysis

Lab 8: ROI Analysis

Lab 9: fMRI Event-related Experiment Design

Lab 10: E-prime Exercise
E-prime Tutorial
Solving E-prime Puzzles
BrainLogics Button Response System

Lab 11: Individual Subject Data Analysis: fMRI Event-related Design

Lab 12: Group Analysis: fMRI Event-related Design

Lab 13: Resting-state fMRI Analysis: seed-based

Homework
Homework 1: MRI Physics
Homework 1: MRI Physics: short answers
Homework 2: BOLD and fMRI Design and Analysis I
Homework 2: BOLD and fMRI Design and Analysis I: short answers
Homework 3: fMRI Block Design and Analysis
Homework 3: fMRI Block Design and Analysis: short answers/hints
Homework 4: fMRI Event-related Design and Analysis
Homework 4: fMRI Event-related Design and Analysis: short answers/hints
Final Project