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Fixed versus random effects models for fMRI meta-analysis

Han Bossier (UGent) , Ruth Seurinck (UGent) and Beatrijs Moerkerke (UGent)
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From peak to meta-analysis map: cumulating knowledge across neuroimaging studies.
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Meta analyses for brain imaging are gaining attention given the increasing amount of published fMRI studies and the need for synthesis and integration of data across studies and labs. Standard meta analyses are not well adapted to cope with huge amount of data that are summarized by locating peaks of brain activation. Our goal is to evaluate the basics of existing methods for fMRI meta analysis and we thereby focus on the distinction between fixed and random effects models.
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Fixed and Random Effects, fMRI, Meta-Analysis

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Bossier, Han, Ruth Seurinck, and Beatrijs Moerkerke. “Fixed Versus Random Effects Models for fMRI Meta-analysis.” BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts. 2014. Print.
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Bossier, H., Seurinck, R., & Moerkerke, B. (2014). Fixed versus random effects models for fMRI meta-analysis. BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts. Presented at the BSS Annual Meeting.
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Bossier, Han, Ruth Seurinck, and Beatrijs Moerkerke. 2014. “Fixed Versus Random Effects Models for fMRI Meta-analysis.” In BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts.
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Bossier, Han, Ruth Seurinck, and Beatrijs Moerkerke. 2014. “Fixed Versus Random Effects Models for fMRI Meta-analysis.” In BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts.
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Bossier H, Seurinck R, Moerkerke B. Fixed versus random effects models for fMRI meta-analysis. BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts. 2014.
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H. Bossier, R. Seurinck, and B. Moerkerke, “Fixed versus random effects models for fMRI meta-analysis,” in BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts, Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium, 2014.
@inproceedings{5775681,
  abstract     = {Meta analyses for brain imaging are gaining attention given the increasing amount of published fMRI studies and the need for synthesis and integration of data across studies and labs.  Standard meta analyses are not well adapted to cope with huge amount of data that are summarized by locating peaks of brain activation. Our goal is to evaluate the basics of existing methods for fMRI meta analysis and we thereby focus on the distinction between fixed and random effects models.},
  author       = {Bossier, Han and Seurinck, Ruth and Moerkerke, Beatrijs},
  booktitle    = {BSS Annual Meeting, Abstracts},
  keywords     = {Fixed and Random Effects,fMRI,Meta-Analysis},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium},
  title        = {Fixed versus random effects models for fMRI meta-analysis},
  year         = {2014},
}