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PSYCH 204B: Computational Neuroimaging: Methods & Analyses

This course provides an in-depth survey and understanding of modern computational approaches to design and analyses of neuroimaging data. The course is a mixture of lectures and projects geared to give the student an understanding of the possibilities as well as limitations of ndifferent computational approaches. Topics include: signal and noise in MRI; general linear modeling; fMRI-adaptation; multivoxel pattern analyses; decoding and encoding algorithms; modeling population receptive fields. Required: Psych 204a; Recommended: Cognitive Neuroscience.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
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