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Alternative-based thresholding: a simulation study

Jasper Degryse (UGent) , Ruth Seurinck (UGent) , Joke Durnez (UGent) and Beatrijs Moerkerke (UGent)
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In fMRI research, researchers often aim to investigate activation in specific functional regions of interest (fROIs). Current statistical methods tend to localize fROIs inconsistently, only avoiding the detection of false activation. Avoiding to miss true activation is however equally important in this context. We discuss a new procedure (Durnez et al., 2013) that complements classical testing with evidence against activation and evaluate the technique for defining fROIs using simulated data.
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NeuRosim, Statistical testing, fMRI

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Degryse, Jasper, Ruth Seurinck, Joke Durnez, and Beatrijs Moerkerke. 2014. “Alternative-based Thresholding: a Simulation Study.” In Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society, Proceedings.
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Degryse, J., Seurinck, R., Durnez, J., & Moerkerke, B. (2014). Alternative-based thresholding: a simulation study. Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society, Proceedings. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society.
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Degryse J, Seurinck R, Durnez J, Moerkerke B. Alternative-based thresholding: a simulation study. Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society, Proceedings. 2014.
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Degryse, Jasper et al. “Alternative-based Thresholding: a Simulation Study.” Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society, Proceedings. 2014. Print.
@inproceedings{5846727,
  abstract     = {In fMRI research, researchers often aim to investigate activation in specific functional regions of interest (fROIs). Current statistical methods tend to localize fROIs inconsistently, only avoiding the detection of false activation. Avoiding to miss true activation is however equally important in this context. We discuss a new procedure (Durnez et al., 2013) that complements classical testing with evidence against activation and evaluate the technique for defining fROIs using simulated data.},
  author       = {Degryse, Jasper and Seurinck, Ruth and Durnez, Joke and Moerkerke, Beatrijs},
  booktitle    = {Annual Meeting of the Belgian Statistical Society, Proceedings},
  keywords     = {NeuRosim,Statistical testing,fMRI},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Louvain-la-neuve, Belgium},
  pages        = {4},
  title        = {Alternative-based thresholding: a simulation study},
  year         = {2014},
}