fMRI: Neuroscience Applications

Hall C
Thursday: 13:30 – 15:30

878.  Paced Finger Tapping in Children Causes Discrete Motor and Auditory Activation of Brain on fMRI, M.J. Rivkin, S. Vajapeyam, R.V. Mulkern, M.D. Weiler, C. Hutton, E.K. Hall, S.S. Yoo, P.H. Wolff and D.P. Waber, Wellcome Department of Cognitive Neurology, London, UK and Children's Hospital Boston, MA, USA.
879.  Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging during Seven Motor Tasks: Variability of Primary and Secondary Motor Activation over 9 Subjects, M. Rotte, M. Kanowski, A. Dale and H-J. Heinze, Otto von Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany and Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA, USA.
880.  Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Somatotopic Organization of the Human Primary Motor Cortex, H. Alkadhi, G.R. Crelier, S. Hotz, X. Golay, M-C. Hepp-Reymond and S.S. Kollias, University Hospital of Zurich and University Zurich-Irchel, Zurich, Switzerland.
881.  Functional MRI Validation of an Anatomical Technique for Localization of Hand Sensorimotor Cortex on MR Images, J. Seinfeld, S. Lemieux, O. Boyko, J. Gaughan and M. Munz, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
882.  Bilateral Activation of Human MT/MST during Hemifield Motion Stimulation, T. Stephan, S. Bense, T.A. Yousry, T. Brandt and M. Dieterich, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany.
883.  Human Brain Regions Involved in Passive Visual Perception of Motion and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements, M.A. Rocca, M. Dieterich, G. Fesl, T. Stephan and T.A. Yousry, H San Raffaele, Milan, Italy and Klinikum Grosshadern, Munich, Germany.
884.  Human Perception of Faces and Face Cartoons: an fMRI Study, J. Jovicich, R.J. Peters, C. Koch, L. Chang and T. Ernst, Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA and UCLA School of Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, CA, USA.
885.  The Role of the Posterior Parietal Cortex in Human Object Recognition: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study, T. Sugio, T. Inui, K. Matsuo, M. Matsuzawa, G.H. Glover and T. Nakai, MITI, Tsukuba, Japan; Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; Juntendo University, Tokyo, Japan and Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
886.  A Comparison Between Two Types of Imagery Tasks: An fMRI Study, S. Tanaka, T. Okada, T. Nakai, K. Matsuo, C. Kato, T. Moriya and T. Inui, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; MITI, Tsukuba, Japan and Toyohashi Sozo College, Toyohashi, Japan.
887.  The Effect of Subanesthetic Isoflurane on BOLD Signal Changes During a Visual Search Task, C. Schwarzbauer and W. Heinke, Max-Planck-Institut für neuropsychologische Forschung and Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany.
888.  Functional Discrimination of Thalamic Nuclei Using BOLD Contrast at 1.5T, M.J. Lowe, M. Dzemidzic, J.T. Lurito, V.P. Mathews and M.D. Phillips, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USA.
889.  Temporal Dissociation of Two Visual-Input Networks Using fMRI, T. Kato, H. Liu, C. Neves and Y. Takayama, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA and Fukui Red Cross Hospital, Fukui, Japan.
890.  A Functional MRI Study of the Parietal Eye Fields, P.R. Brotchie, M. Lorenz, M. Lee, D.Y. Chen and W.G. Bradley Jr., Long Beach Memorial MRI Center, Long Beach, CA, USA.
891.  Attentional Interactions Between Auditory and Visual Cortex, K. Specht, N.J. Shah, K. Zilles and L. Jäncke, Research Centre, Jülich, Germany and Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany.
892.  The Effect of Autonomic Arousal On Selective Attention, J.I. Tracy, F. Mohamed, S. Faro, R. Tiver, A. Pinus, D. Miller and J. Harvan, MCP Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
893.  Activation Related to Endogenous Attentional Shift: A Functional MRI Study, C. Kato, K. Matsuo, M. Matsuzawa, T. Moriya, G.H. Glover and T. Nakai, Toyohashi Sozo College, Toyohashi, Japan; Juntendo University, Tokyo, Japan; MITI, Tsukuba, Japan and Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
894.  The Auditory Attention System during Dual listening Task Performance, T. Nakai, K. Matsuo, C. Kato, S. Tanaka, G.H. Glover, T. Moriya and T. Okada, MITI, Tsukuba, Japan; Toyohashi Sozo College, Toyohashi, Japan; Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan; Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA and NIPS, Okazaki, Japan.
895.  Pattern of Cortical Activation in Language Tasks Depends on Semantic Categories: An fMRI Study, G. Fesl, J. Ilmberger and T.A. Yousry, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany.
896.  Functional MR Imaging of the Object-Naming Task, M. Dzemidzic, J.T. Lurito, D.A. Kareken, A. Radnovich, J. Staser, M.J. Lowe, V.P. Mathews, M.D. Phillips, T.A. Winkler and W. Yang, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, USA.
897.  Correspondence of Event-Related Potential Tomography and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging During Language Processing, D. Vitacco, D. Brandeis, R. Pascual-Marqui and E. Martin, University Children's Hospital and University of Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.
898.  Picture-Word Matching as a Paradigm in Determining Regions of Language Processing: An fMRI Study, D. Weniger, G.R. Crelier, H. Alkadhi and S.S. Kollias, University Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland.
899.  Evidence of Right Hemisphere Engagement During the Production of Overt Emotional Prosody:
An Event-Related fMRI Study,
J.M. Anderson, R.W. Briggs, B. Crosson, K.S. Gopinath, D. Gokcay, J.R. Sadek, L.J. Gonzalez Rothi, E.J. Auerbach, D.A. Soltysik and K.M. Heilman, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA.
900.  Possible Different Language Processing Strategy for Chinese Speakers, J. Xiong, K.A. Stofer, Y. Pu, H-L. Liu, L.H. Tan, J-H. Gao and P.T. Fox, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA and University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
901.  The Temporal Response of Left Frontal Lobe during Chinese and English Word Generation by Native Chinese Speakers: An Event-Related fMRI Study, Y. Pu, H.L. Liu, C.M. Feng, L.H. Tan, J. Xiong, J.A. Spinks, C.A. Perfetti, P.T. Fox and J-H. Gao, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, USA; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong and University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
902.  Manipulo-Spatial Processing of the Ideographic Characters by Left-Handers - Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, K. Matsuo, C. Kato, S. Tanaka, T. Moriya, G.H. Glover and T. Nakai, MITI, Tsukuba, Japan; Toyohashi Sozo College, Toyohashi, Japan; Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan and Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA.
903.  Gender Differences in a Graded Visual Stimulation Paradigm for fMRI are Limited to Striate Visual Cortex, C. Kaufmann, G.K. Elbel, C. Gössl, B. Pütz and D.P. Auer, Max-Planck-Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany.
904.  Real Time fMRI During the Formation of Novel Equivalence Relations, K.D. Singh, N. Roberts, D.W. Dickins, P. Burns, J.J. Downs and R.P. Bentall, Liverpool University, Liverpool, UK.
905.  Cortical Activation During the Mental Rotation Task; A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Analysis, C.J. Atherton, N.A. Thacker, E.C. Leek and A. Jackson, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK and University of Wales, Bangor, Wales, UK.
906.  Single-Trial Analysis and Whole-Brain Coverage in Functional MRI of a Mental Rotation Paradigm, C. Windischberger, C. Lamm, H. Bauer and E. Moser, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria.
907.  N-Back Task, Audiospatial Working Memory and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, S. Martinkauppi, P. Rämä, H.J. Aronen, A. Korvenoja and S. Carlson, Helsinki University Central Hospital and University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland and Kuopio University Hospital, Kuopio, Finland.
908.  fMRI of Human Visual Episodic Memory, A.P. Wunderlich, M. Riepe, G. Groen, R. Tomczak and H-J. Brambs, Ulm University Clinic, Ulm, Germany.
909.  Both Long- and Short-Term Topographical Memory Recall Produces Activity of the Medial Temporal Lobe: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Study, J.A. Nunn, I.D. Wilkinson, T. Spencer, R. Khiami, P.D. Griffiths and A. Mayes, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.
910.  Patterns of Neural Activation During a Simple Continuous Performance Task, R.J. Ogg, D.N. Allen, J.E. Kaufman and R.K. Mulhern, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Memphis, TN, USA.
911.  Brain fMRI Signal Changes in Response to Intraduodenal Infusion of Sweet Amino Acids in Awake Rats, T. Kondoh, M. Smriga, T. Ono and K. Torii, Ajinomoto Co., Inc., Kawasaki, Japan and Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Sugitani, Toyama, Japan.
912.  Skin Conductance Measurements During Functional MRI, A. Shastri, M. Lomarev, M.S. George and D.E. Bohning, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, USA.
913.  Pharmacological Modulation of the Central Pain Response, I. Tracey, G. Hicks, R. Rogers, S. Clare, C. Bountra, P. Barrington, D. Painter, A. Ploghaus, G. Peskett and P.M. Matthews, Oxford University and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK; Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK and Glaxo Wellcome Research and Development, Greenford, UK.
914.  Common Areas of BOLD Signal Changes in Medial Prefrontal Cortex during Tasks Involving Pain or Attention, U.N. Frankenstein, W. Richter and M.C. McIntyre, National Research Council of Canada, University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
915.  Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Noxious Heat Pain, P. Erhard, F. Weilke, U. Gamringer, A. Schikowski, M. Bäcker, H. Gräfin von Einsiedel, B. Conrad, M. Schwaiger and T.R. Tölle, Technische Universität, München, Germany.
916.  Randomized fMRI-Designs with Event-Related FLASH: a Technique for Monitoring Cerebral Pain Processing, H. Meyer, K. Baudendistel, M. Bock, D. Kleinbö and L.R. Schad, Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany and Universität Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany.
917.  Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator Effects on Brain Activation During Encoding, S.A.R.B. Rombouts, M.A. Bierlaagh, F. Barkhof, M.P. Witter, D.J. Veltman, S.J.M. Neele, J.C. Netelenbos and
P. Scheltens,
University Hospital, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
918.  BOLD fMRI Evaluation of Normal Female Sexual Arousal Response: Sites of Cerebral Activation Correlated with Subjective and Objective Measures of Arousal, K.R. Maravilla, A.V. Deliganis, J. Heiman, D. Fisher, W. Carter, R. Weisskoff, L. Hackbert, P. Garland and D. Echelard, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA; Pfizer, Inc., Groton, CT, USA and Epix Medical, Boston, MA, USA.
919.  Cortical Deactivation during Vestibular Galvanic Stimulation (fMRI), S. Bense, T. Stephan, T.A. Yousry, T. Brandt and M. Dieterich, Klinikum Grosshadern, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany.
920.  Does Acupuncture Produce a BOLD-Signal? New Findings With fMRI On Stimulation of Acupoint GB 37, A-C. Schulte, I. Gareus, A. Schreiber, M. Lacour and J. Hennig, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany.

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