The Finite BOLD Response (FBR) is a method to analyze fMRI Data. This method convolves the HRF with a design matrix. This design matrix includes several boxcars with a particular length. The FBR is a superior method for fast event-related designs and in models with lag between HRF onset and stimulus onset. The advantange of the FBR is that it is a flexible method, and it can estimate the BOLD. This current implication of the FBR is based on beta-series. Each BOLD will get several beta-values, depending on the amount and the length of the boxcars. See the vignette for a nice example and explanation.
|Maintainer||Sebastiaan Remmers <[email protected]>|
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