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Coreg and Spatial

Coreg and Spatial

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Co-registration and SpatialNormalisation
Nazanin DerakshanEddy Davelaar 
School of Psychology, Birkbeck University of London
What is Spatial Normalisation?
It is a registration method that allows us towarp images from a number of individualsinto roughly the same standard space: thisallows signal averaging across individuals.
It is useful for determining what happensgenerically over individuals.
The method results in ‘spatially normalisedimages’.
Why are spatially normalised imagesuseful?
They are useful because activation sitescan be reported according to their Euclidian coordinates within a standardspace (Fox, 1995).
The most commonly adopted coordinatesystem within the brain imagingcommunity is that described by Talairach& Toumoux (1988).

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