Brain Mapping : The Methods
The first of its kind, Brain Mapping provides a comprehensive discussion of all methods used to map the brain. The book analyzes the assumptions, limitations, and specific techniques, and integrates the information collected by using them all. It spans the methodological gamut from the molecular level to the whole brain and covers anatomy, physiology, and pathology, as well as their integration.
- Hardback | 471 pages
- 337.82 x 434.34 x 45.72mm | 6,168.82g
- 31 Dec 1995
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- illustrations, index
Table of contents
Introduction to cartography of the brain, A.W. Toga and J.C. Mazziotta; dynamic optical imaging of neuronal structure and physiology - confocal fluorescence microscopy in living brain slices, M.E. Dailey; optical imaging of intrinsic signals, T. Bonhoeffer and A. Grinvald; measurement of dynamic local cerebral blood flow, T. Woolsey; quantitative autoradiographic methods, N.A. Sharif; neuroanatomical micromagnetic resonance imaging, P.T. Narasimhan and R.E. Jacobs; postmodern anatomy, A.W. Toga et al; imaging brain function with positron emission tomography, S.R. Cherry and M.E. Phelps; rapid MRI and functional applications, M.S. Cohen; electrophysiological imaging of brain function, A. Gevins; electrophysiological methods for mapping brain motor and sensory circuits, P.D. Cheney; correlation of brain structure and function, R.P. Woods; computational approaches to quantifying human neuroanatomical variability, A.C. Evans et al; statistical parametric mapping and other analyses of functional imaging data, K.J. Friston; what to image - anatomy, circuitry, plasticity of human brain function, M.I. Posner and Y.G. Abdullaev; volume visualization, K.H. Hohme and A. Pommert; future directions, J.C. Mazziotta and A. W. Toga.