Neuroimaging Parts A & BEdited by
- Michael Glabus, Department of Psychiatry, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
This two-volume set covers both the methods and application of a broad range of neuroimaging techniques for clinical and research applications. It should appeal to neuroscientists, cognitive neuroscientists, neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, physicists, and technologists. Part A (also sold individually) is a review of neuroimaging research methods including structural MRI, functional MRI (fMRI), perfusion MRI, diffusion tensor imaging and near infra-red optical imaging in research and clinical settings. Part B covers the application of neuroimaging in both research and clinical settings for the study of anxiety disorders, dementia, depression, schizophrenia, functional somatic syndromes, stroke, and multiple sclerosis using a range of neuroimaging modalities including CT, PET, SPECT, DTI, structural MRI and fMRI. The two parts of Neuroimaging complement each other providing in-depth information on a broad range of routine and cutting-edge techniques that is not available in any other text. This book is superbly written and beautifully illustrated by contributors working at the top of their chosen specialty.
Neuroscientists, cognitive neuroscientists, neurologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, physicists, and technologists.
International Review of Neurobiology
Published: June 2006
Imprint: Academic Press
- Part A: Brain Atlases of Normal and Diseased Populations Neuroimaging Databases as a Resource for Scientific Discovery Modelling Brain Responses Voxel-based MorphometricAnalysis Using Shape Transformations The Cutting Edge of fMRI and High Field fMRI Quantification of White Matter using Diffusion Tensor Imaging Perfusion MRI for functional neuroimaging Functional near-infrared spectroscopy: potential and limitations in neuroimaging studies Neural Modeling and Functional Brain Imaging: The Interplay Between Data-Fitting and Simulation Approaches Combined EEG and fMRI studies of human brain functionPart B:Distinguishing Neural Substrates of Heterogeneity among Anxiety Disorders Neuroimaging in Dementia Prefrontal and Anterior Cingulate Contributions to Volition in Depression Functional imaging research in schizophrenia Neuroimaging in Functional Somatic Syndromes Neuroimaging in Multiple Sclerosis Stroke Functional MRI in Pediatric Neurobehavioral Disorders Structural MIR and Brain Development Neuroimaging and Human Genetics Neuroreceptor Imaging in Psychiatry: Theory and Applications