What could underlie the trial-related signal? A response to the commentaries by Drs. Kleinschmidt and Muller, and Drs. Handwerker and Bandettini.

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Aniruddha Das, Yevgeniy B Sirotin

Abstract

Here we address two recent commentaries on our finding of an anticipatory trial-related signal that could not be predicted by concurrent electrode recordings. In addition, we offer a broad discussion regarding what our findings do and do not say about local neural activity underlying imaging signals.

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Oct 16, 2009·Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America·Yevgeniy B SirotinAniruddha Das

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Citations

Jul 31, 2012·Nature Neuroscience·Mariana M B CardosoAniruddha Das
Jun 8, 2012·The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience·Tiffany HoJohn T Serences
Jun 1, 2012·The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience·Miranda ScolariJohn T Serences
Feb 9, 2013·Brain Structure & Function·Barbara Heider, Ralph M Siegel
Aug 16, 2011·Neuropsychologia·John T Serences, Sameer Saproo
Mar 10, 2016·Frontiers in Neural Circuits·Ryan T PhilipsV Srinivasa Chakravarthy
Nov 1, 2011·NeuroImage·Yevgeniy B SirotinAniruddha Das
Apr 20, 2019·PLoS Biology·Mariana M B CardosoAniruddha Das

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