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Publications about 'RFT'
Thesis

A.P. Holmes.
Statistical Issues in Functional Brain Mapping.
PhD thesis,
University of Glasgow,
December 1994.
Keyword(s): RFT,
PET,
GLM.
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Articles in journal, book chapters

G. Flandin and K.J. Friston.
Topological Inference.
In Arthur W. Toga, editor, Brain Mapping: an Encyclopedic Reference,
pages 495500.
Academic Press,
2015.
Keyword(s): FDR,
RFT,
topological.
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G. Barnes,
G. Ridgway,
G. Flandin,
M. Woolrich,
and K.J. Friston.
Setlevel thresholdfree tests on the intrinsic volumes of SPMs.
NeuroImage,
68(100):133140,
2013.
Keyword(s): RFT.
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J. Chumbley,
K.J. Worsley,
G. Flandin,
and K.J. Friston.
Topological FDR for neuroimaging.
NeuroImage,
49(4):30573064,
2010.
Keyword(s): FDR,
RFT,
topological.
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J. Kilner and K.J. Friston.
Topological Inference for EEG and MEG.
The Annals of Applied Statistics,
4(3):12721290,
2010.
Keyword(s): RFT,
topological,
EEG,
MEG.
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J. Chumbley and K.J. Friston.
False Discovery Rate Revisited: FDR and Topological Inference Using Gaussian Random Fields.
NeuroImage,
44(2):6270,
2009.
Keyword(s): FDR,
RFT,
topological.
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D. Pantazis,
T.E. Nichols,
S. Baillet,
and R.M. Leahy.
A comparison of random field theory and permutation methods for the statistical analysis of MEG data..
NeuroImage,
25:383394,
2005.
Keyword(s): RFT,
MEG,
nonparametric.
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S. Hayasaka,
K.L. Phan,
I. Liberzon,
K.J. Worsley,
and T.E. Nichols.
NonStationary Cluster Size Inference with Random Field and Permutation Methods.
NeuroImage,
22:676687,
2004.
Keyword(s): Cluster,
RFT,
nonparametric.
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S. Hayasaka and T.E. Nichols.
Validating cluster size inference: random field and permutation methods.
NeuroImage,
20:23432356,
2003.
Keyword(s): Cluster,
RFT,
nonparametric.
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T.E. Nichols and S. Hayasaka.
Controlling the Familywise Error Rate in Functional Neuroimaging: A Comparative Review.
Statistical Methods in Medical Research,
12:419446,
2003.
Keyword(s): RFT,
nonparametric.
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M. Brett,
W.D. Penny,
and S.J. Kiebel.
Introduction to Random field theory.
In R.S.J. Frackowiak,
K.J. Friston,
C. Frith,
R. Dolan,
K.J. Friston,
C.J. Price,
S. Zeki,
J. Ashburner,
and W.D. Penny, editors, Human Brain Function.
Academic Press,
2nd edition,
2003.
Keyword(s): introduction,
RFT.
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T.E. Nichols and A.P. Holmes.
Nonparametric approaches.
In R.S.J. Frackowiak,
K.J. Friston,
C. Frith,
R. Dolan,
K.J. Friston,
C.J. Price,
S. Zeki,
J. Ashburner,
and W.D. Penny, editors, Human Brain Function.
Academic Press,
2nd edition,
2003.
Keyword(s): nonparametric,
RFT,
group.
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K.J. Worsley.
Developments in random field theory.
In R.S.J. Frackowiak,
K.J. Friston,
C. Frith,
R. Dolan,
K.J. Friston,
C.J. Price,
S. Zeki,
J. Ashburner,
and W.D. Penny, editors, Human Brain Function.
Academic Press,
2nd edition,
2003.
Keyword(s): RFT.
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K.J. Worsley and K.J. Friston.
A test for a conjunction.
Statistics and Probability Letters,
47:135140,
2000.
Keyword(s): conjunction,
RFT.
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S.J. Kiebel,
J.B. Poline,
K.J. Friston,
A.P. Holmes,
and K.J. Worsley.
Robust Smoothness Estimation in Statistical Parametric Maps Using Standardized Residuals from the General Linear Model.
NeuroImage,
10:756766,
1999.
Keyword(s): smoothness,
RFT,
GLM.
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K.J. Friston.
Testing for anatomically specified regional effects.
Human Brain Mapping,
5:133136,
1997.
Keyword(s): RFT,
PET,
fMRI.
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J.B. Poline,
K.J. Worsley,
A.C. Evans,
and K.J. Friston.
Combining spatial extent and peak intensity to test for activations in functional imaging.
NeuroImage,
5(2):8396,
1997.
Keyword(s): RFT,
smoothness.
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J.B. Poline,
A.P. Holmes,
K.J. Worsley,
and K.J. Friston.
Making statistical inferences.
In R.S.J. Frackowiak,
K.J. Friston,
C. Frith,
R. Dolan,
and J.C. Mazziotta, editors, Human Brain Function,
pages 85106.
Academic Press USA,
1997.
Keyword(s): RFT,
GLM,
introduction.
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K.J. Worsley,
S. Marrett,
P. Neelin,
A. C. Vandal,
K.J. Friston,
and A. C. Evans.
A unified statistical approach for determining significant voxels in images of cerebral activation.
Human Brain Mapping,
4:5873,
1996.
Keyword(s): RFT.
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K.J. Friston.
Statistical Parametric Mapping and Other Analysis of Functional Imaging Data.
In Brain Mapping: The Methods,
pages 363385.
Academic Press,
1996.
Keyword(s): introduction,
GLM,
RFT.
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K.J. Friston,
A.P. Holmes,
J.B. Poline,
C.J. Price,
and C. Frith.
Detecting Activations in PET and fMRI: Levels of Inference and Power.
NeuroImage,
40:223235,
1995.
Keyword(s): RFT,
PET,
fMRI.
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K.J. Friston,
A.P. Holmes,
K.J. Worsley,
J.B. Poline,
C. Frith,
and R.S.J. Frackowiak.
Statistical Parametric Maps in Functional Imaging: A General Linear Approach.
Human Brain Mapping,
2:189210,
1995.
Keyword(s): GLM,
RFT.
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J.B. Poline,
K.J. Friston,
K.J. Worsley,
and R.S.J. Frackowiak.
Estimating Smoothness in Statistical Parametric Maps: Confidence Intervals on pValues.
Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography,
19(5):788796,
1995.
Keyword(s): smoothness,
RFT.
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K.J. Worsley,
J.B. Poline,
A.C. Vandal,
and K.J. Friston.
Tests for distributed, nonfocal brain activation.
NeuroImage,
2(3):183194,
1995.
Keyword(s): RFT,
smoothness.
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K.J. Friston,
K.J. Worsley,
R.S.J. Frackowiak,
J.C. Mazziotta,
and A.C. Evans.
Assessing the Significance of Focal Activations Using their Spatial Extent.
Human Brain Mapping,
1:214220,
1994.
Keyword(s): RFT.
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K.J. Friston,
C. Frith,
P.F. Liddle,
and R.S.J. Frackowiak.
Comparing functional (PET) images: The assessment of significant change.
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism,
11:690699,
1991.
Keyword(s): PET,
RFT.
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Internal reports

G. Flandin and K.J. Friston.
Analysis of familywise error rates in statistical parametric mapping using random field theory.
Technical report,
Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging,
2016.
Keyword(s): RFT.
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