The goal of this study is to advance the utility of functional brain imaging as a tool for the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders by creating a statistical database of functional MRI (fMRI) brain activation patterns collected from neurologically and psychiatrically unimpaired subjects. Continuous fMRI scans have been obtained from each subject while s/he performed a variety of cognitive tasks that are commonly found in standard neurological and cognitive assessment batteries. The collected fMRI data has been processed, analyzed, and converted into database which can be used as a reference of reliable indices of normal brain activity patterns for a wide range of cognitive functions.
College and Department
Family, Home, and Social Sciences; Psychology
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Ichimura, Alina K. F., "Clinical Applications of fMRI: An Adaptation of a Standard Neuropsychological Battery" (2008). Theses and Dissertations. 2174.
fMRI, neuropsychology, clinical applications, neuroimaging, assessment