Workshop: Estimating Effects and Correlations in Neuroimaging Data
July 15th, 2009, 12-5pm
Columbia University


INTRODUCTION

Introduction. Martin Lindquist, Department of Statistics, Columbia University
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TALKS

Varieties of voodoo. Ed Vul, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Circular analysis in systems neuroscience - with particular attention to cross-subject correlation mapping. Nikolas Kriegeskorte, Laboratory of Brain and Cognition, Section on Functional Imaging Methods, NIH
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If neuroimaging is the answer, what is the question?. Tor Wager, Department of Psychology, Columbia University
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Why we (usually) don't have to worry about multiple comparisons. Andrew Gelman, Department of Statistics, Columbia University
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COMMENTARY

Commetary. Daphna Shohamy, Department of Psychology, Columbia University
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Commetary. Cosma Shalizi, Deptartment of Statistics, Carnegie Mellon University
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Commetary. Pat Shrout, Department of Psychology, New York University
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Q&A

Questions and Answers
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