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Full Day: Electromagnetical Neuroimaging and Multimodal Integration

Neuroimaging is becoming increasingly multimodal, and the integration of hemodynamic, electromagnetic, structural and behavioral data is offering insights unavailable to a single method alone. For conclusions to converge across modalities, the analysis strategies must however contain sufficient conceptual and statistical vigor.

The aim of this educational course is to give a critical introduction to the available theories, models and methods to analyze multichannel electromagnetic data recorded from the human scalp in an unambiguous, explicit and coherent way. Particular care is given to present methods that offer explicit junctions to other imaging modalities, allowing converging and/or complementary conclusions and translational research.