Beauchamp:Lab Notebook

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Beauchamp Lab

General Important Notes

  1. How To Install Software and set up new computers
  2. How To order things for the lab
  3. Information for Subjects and Experimenters, such as Human Subjects Training

MRI: fMRI Experimental Design and Analysis

  1. Overview of fMRI Analysis
  2. How to Collect MRI Data and Use the Scanner
  3. Getting raw data from the scanner
  4. Turning the raw data into AFNI BRIKs
  5. Cortical Surface models overview
  6. Creating Random Stimulus Orderings For Rapid Event-Related Designs
  7. Motion and Distortion Correction
  8. Creating AFNI BRIKs from MR Data
  9. Creating Volume Average Datasets with AFNI
  10. MVPA Notes
  11. RealTimefMRI
  12. Group Analysis with Unequal Group Sizes using GroupAna.m
  13. HiResolution fMRI
  14. ROI Analysis

MRI: DTI Analysis

  1. Processing Diffusion Tensor Imaging Data
  2. Automatic VOI Initialization for Interactive Tractography
  3. Deterministic Tractography Constrained by Image Masks


  1. Overview of an MRI/fMRI guided TMS Experiment
  2. Notes on TMS


  1. Eswen Fava's NIRS Manual


  1. Beauchamp:Electrode Localization and Naming
  2. Electrophysiology Protocols
  3. Analyzing ECoG data (by Adam Burch)
  4. Making Resting State Correlation Maps


G Power 3 is a useful program for power analysis

  1. New Auditory Tactile Experiment
  2. d' (d-prime) Analysis
  3. Race Model Analysis
  4. Stimuli for 100 Hue Experiment
  5. Causal Inference model for Synchrony Perception
  6. Predicting McGurk Fusion Rates

Misc. Experiment Notes

  1. McGurk Stimuli
  2. Autism Data
  3. SR EyeLink Eye Tracker Setup
  4. OLD ASL Eye Tracker Setup
  5. Retinotopic Mapping
  6. AFNI Atlas Values
  7. Tactile Experiment Notes
  8. Notes on analyzing MRI data (old)
  10. HNL Projector Settings
  11. Notes on Stimulus Projector and Screen in UT Philips Scanner
  12. Auditory-only stimuli
  13. Video Stimulus Creation