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English: Sample fMRI data
This example of fMRI data shows regions of activation including primary visual cortex (V1, BA17), extrastriate visual cortex and lateral geniculate body in a comparison between a task involving a complex moving visual stimulus and rest condition (viewing a black screen). The activations (yellow-red) are shown (as is typical) against a background based on the average structural images from the subjects in the experiment.
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Author Washington irving at English Wikipedia

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Public-domain: copyright disclaimed Washington irving 07:49, 8 Mar 2004 (UTC)

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