PSYCHOLOGY 210 Section:
FUNDAMENTALS OF COGNITIVE NEUROIMAGING
Winter Quarter 2015
The class is intended to provide students with a rudimentary understanding of how the Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (FMRI) works, how to design a good FMRI experiment, how the data are processed and analyzed, and how to make good inferences from the results. The class is useful if you plan to do FMRI research and also if you plan to read or review a lot of imaging papers.
You might be asking yourself, "Should I take this class?" I would say the answer is yes if:
(a) you are interested in fMRI research, but don't know much about it
(b) you read a lot of fMRI research, and would like to be able to think more critically about it.
(c) You are currently doing MRI research, but feel that you don't have a comprehensive knowledge of the principles behind MR physics, the physiology of the BOLD response, MRI data processing, or analysis.
* This Winter I have set the class schedule to be MW 3:30-5pm (tentatively at 102A Young Hall, but I'll see if I need a larger room).
* Graduate students, advanced undergraduates, postdocs, and anyone else who wants to learn about FMRI is welcome to register the class. The CRN is: 93926
* I will allow people to audit but ONLY if you are NOT eligible for course credit. The survival of the class depends on getting an adequate number of students enrolled each year. If you are not a student, you still can officially enroll in the class through UC extension open campus.
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|Classroom||Class Schedule||Course Website|
|102A Young||M W 3:30 PM - 5:50 PM|
|Instructor||Instructor Email||Office||Office Hours|
|Charan Ranganath , Ph.D.||207 Center for Neuroscience|