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## Nonparametric Permutation Tests for Functional Neuroimaging: A Primer with Examples. Human Brain Mapping (2001)

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Citation Context ... Bullmore et al. (2001) use a wavelet transformation to account for more general forms of fMRI correlation. Locascio et al. (1997) describe an application to f mri combining the general linear model (=-=Friston et al., 1995-=-b), arma modelling (Bullmore et al., 1996), and a multiple comparisons permutation procedure (Holmes et al., 1996). (Liu et al., 1998) consider an alternative approach, permuting labels. Bullmore et a... |

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Citation Context ...e chance of any false positives, another perspective has recently been introduced. The new approach controls the False Discovery Rate (FDR), the fraction of false positives among all detected voxels (=-=Genovese et al., 2001-=-) (see Chapter 15 for a brief description). While this chapter only considers the familywise error rate, we note that a permutation approach to FDR has been proposed (Yekutieli & Benjamini, 1999). We ... |

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Citation Context ...d for statistical significance, using distributional results for continuous random fields to identify voxels or regions where there is significant evidence against the null hypothesis (Worsley, 1996; =-=Worsley et al., 1995-=-; Friston et al., 1994; Poline et al., 1997; Friston et al., 1996). Holmes et al. (1996) introduced a nonparametric alternative based on permutation test theory. This method is conceptually simple, re... |

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Citation Context ...been assigned to scans. Formally, a set of labels on the data (still to be collected) are exchangeable if the distribution of the statistic (still to be evaluated) is the same whatever the labelling (=-=Good, 1994-=-). For our activation example, we would use a statistic expressing the difference between the “active” and “baseline” scans. Thus under the null hypothesis of no difference between the a & b condition... |

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Citation Context ...996); (Cao, 1999) . . . amongst others). In contrast to these parametric and simulation based methods, a nonparametric resampling based approach provides an intuitive and easily implemented solution (=-=Westfall & Young, 1993-=-). The key realization is that the reasoning presented above for permutation tests at a single voxel rely on relabelling entire images, so the arguments can be extended to image level inference by con... |

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Citation Context ...ificance, using distributional results for continuous random fields to identify voxels or regions where there is significant evidence against the null hypothesis (Worsley, 1996; Worsley et al., 1995; =-=Friston et al., 1994-=-; Poline et al., 1997; Friston et al., 1996). Holmes et al. (1996) introduced a nonparametric alternative based on permutation test theory. This method is conceptually simple, relies only on minimal a... |

200 | Nonparametric permutation tests for functional neuroimaging: a primer with examples. Hum Brain Mapp. - TE, AP - 2002 |

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Citation Context ...n a test that is more conservative and less powerful than one using the full permutation distribution. 19Fortunately, as few as 1000 permutations can yield an effective approximate permutation test (=-=Edgington, 1969-=-a). However, for an approximate test with minimal loss of power in comparison to the full test (i.e. with high efficiency), one should consider rather more (Jöckel, 1686), as many as 10,000. Power Fre... |

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169 | Analysis of fMRI time-series revisited: - Worsley, Friston - 1995 |

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Citation Context ...continuous random fields to identify voxels or regions where there is significant evidence against the null hypothesis (Worsley, 1996; Worsley et al., 1995; Friston et al., 1994; Poline et al., 1997; =-=Friston et al., 1996-=-). Holmes et al. (1996) introduced a nonparametric alternative based on permutation test theory. This method is conceptually simple, relies only on minimal assumptions, deals with the multiple compari... |

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Citation Context ...llings is also problematic, due to the computations involved. In situations where it is not feasible to compute the statistic images for all the relabellings, a subsample of relabellings can be used (=-=Dwass, 1957-=-) (see also Edgington (1969a) for a less mathematical description). The set of N possible relabellings is reduced to a more manageable N ′ consisting of the true labelling and N ′ − 1 randomly chosen ... |

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Generalisability, random effects and population inference.
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Citation Context ...ondition interaction term. Voxel-level Statistic: A random effects analysis is easily effected by collapsing the data within subject and computing the statistic across subjects (Worsley et al., 1991; =-=Holmes & Friston, 1999-=-). In this case the result is a repeated measures t-statistic after proportional scaling global flow normalization: Each scan is proportionally scaled to a common global mean of 50; each subjects data... |

140 | Local maxima and the expected Euler characteristic of excursion sets of chi-squared, F and t fields. - Worsley - 1994 |

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Citation Context ...io et al. (1997) describe an application to f mri combining the general linear model (Friston et al., 1995b), arma modelling (Bullmore et al., 1996), and a multiple comparisons permutation procedure (=-=Holmes et al., 1996-=-). (Liu et al., 1998) consider an alternative approach, permuting labels. Bullmore et al. (1999) apply nonparametric methods to compare groups of structural MR images. The aim of this chapter is to pr... |

134 | Global, voxel and cluster tests, by theory and permutation for a difference between two groups of structural MR images of the brain.
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Citation Context ...onsider the exceedance mass, the excess mass of the suprathreshold cluster, defined as the integral of the statistic image above the primary threshold within the suprathreshold cluster (Holmes, 1994; =-=Bullmore et al., 1999-=-). Calculation of the permutation distribution and p-values proceeds exactly as before. 152.5 Considerations Before turning to example applications of the nonparametric permutation tests described ab... |

134 | Comparing functional (PET) images: The assessment of significant change. - Friston, Frith, et al. - 1991 |

123 | Colored noise and computational inference in neurophysiological (fMRI) time series analysis: resampling methods in time and wavelet domains,” - Bullmore, Long, et al. - 2001 |

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Citation Context ...butional results for continuous random fields to identify voxels or regions where there is significant evidence against the null hypothesis (Worsley, 1996; Worsley et al., 1995; Friston et al., 1994; =-=Poline et al., 1997-=-; Friston et al., 1996). Holmes et al. (1996) introduced a nonparametric alternative based on permutation test theory. This method is conceptually simple, relies only on minimal assumptions, deals wit... |

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A functional neuroanatomy of hallucinations in schizophrenia.
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Citation Context ...ging transient, randomly occurring events, specifically events that were shorter than the duration of a pet scan. This work was the foundation for later work imaging hallucinations in schizophrenics (=-=Silbersweig et al., 1995-=-). We consider one subject from the study, who was scanned 12 times. During each scan the subject was presented with brief auditory stimuli. The proportion of each scan over which stimuli were deliver... |

45 | Time series analysis in the time domain and resampling methods for studies of functional magnetic resonance brain imaging,” - Locascio, Jennings, et al. - 1997 |

41 | Investigation of low frequency drift in fMRI signal.
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Citation Context ...parametric results. 34Before discussing the details of this example, we note that fMRI data presents a special challenge for nonparametric methods. Since fMRI data exhibits temporal autocorrelation (=-=Smith et al., 1999-=-), an assumption of exchangeability of scans within subject is not tenable. However, to analyze a group of subjects for population inference we need only assume exchangeability of subjects. Hence, whi... |

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Order information in working memory: fMRI evidence for parietal and prefrontal mechanisms.
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- 2000
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Citation Context ...els in 8 distinct regions; in particular there is a pair of bilateral posterior parietal regions, a left thalamus region and an anterior cingulate region; these are typical of working memory studies (=-=Marshuetz et al., 2000-=-). It is informative to compare this result to the traditional t statistic, using both a nonparametric and parametric approach to obtain corrected thresholds. We reran this nonparametric analysis usin... |

32 | Analysis of individual positron emission tomography activation maps by detection of high signal-to-noise-ratio pixel clusters. - Poline, Mazoyer - 1993 |

27 | Threedimensional analysis of clusters voxels in 15-O-butanol brain activation images. Hum Brain Mapp 1:3–19. - PE, Lewin, et al. - 1993 |

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The geometry of random images
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- 1997
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Citation Context ...is then assessed for statistical significance, using distributional results for continuous random fields to identify voxels or regions where there is significant evidence against the null hypothesis (=-=Worsley, 1996-=-; Worsley et al., 1995; Friston et al., 1994; Poline et al., 1997; Friston et al., 1996). Holmes et al. (1996) introduced a nonparametric alternative based on permutation test theory. This method is c... |

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Statistical issues in functional brain mapping
- Holmes
- 1994
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Citation Context ... could be to consider the exceedance mass, the excess mass of the suprathreshold cluster, defined as the integral of the statistic image above the primary threshold within the suprathreshold cluster (=-=Holmes, 1994-=-; Bullmore et al., 1999). Calculation of the permutation distribution and p-values proceeds exactly as before. 152.5 Considerations Before turning to example applications of the nonparametric permuta... |

12 | Reliability of PET activation across statistical methods, subject groups, and sample sizes. - Grabowski - 1996 |

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A linear spatial correlation model, with applications to positron emission tomography
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Citation Context ... a random subject by condition interaction term. Voxel-level Statistic: A random effects analysis is easily effected by collapsing the data within subject and computing the statistic across subjects (=-=Worsley et al., 1991-=-; Holmes & Friston, 1999). In this case the result is a repeated measures t-statistic after proportional scaling global flow normalization: Each scan is proportionally scaled to a common global mean o... |

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The size of the connected components of excursion sets
- Cao
- 1999
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Citation Context ...occupied many authors (Friston et al. (1991); Worsley et al. (1992; 1994; 1995); Poline et al. (1993; 1997); Roland et al. (1993); Forman et al. (1995); (Friston et al., 1994; Friston et al., 1996); (=-=Cao, 1999-=-) . . . amongst others). In contrast to these parametric and simulation based methods, a nonparametric resampling based approach provides an intuitive and easily implemented solution (Westfall & Young... |

4 | Randomization, bootstrap and monte-carlo methods in biology - MANLY - 1997 |

4 | Imaging transient, randomly occurring neurophysiological events in single subjects with positron emission tomography: an event related count rate correlational analysis. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 1994;14: 771â€”782 - DA, Stem, et al. |

2 | Performance of randomization test for single-subject 15-O-water PET activation studies. J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 17:1033–1039 - Halber, Herholz, et al. - 1997 |

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An estimator and permutation test for single-trial fMRI data
- Liu, Raz, et al.
- 1998
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Citation Context ...be an application to f mri combining the general linear model (Friston et al., 1995b), arma modelling (Bullmore et al., 1996), and a multiple comparisons permutation procedure (Holmes et al., 1996). (=-=Liu et al., 1998-=-) consider an alternative approach, permuting labels. Bullmore et al. (1999) apply nonparametric methods to compare groups of structural MR images. The aim of this chapter is to present the theory of ... |

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Statistical Inference: The Distribution Free
- Edgington
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Citation Context ...rces, it is possible that large areas of parametric statistics would have gone undeveloped! Modern texts on the subject include Good’s Permutation Tests (Good, 1994), Edgington’s Randomization Tests (=-=Edgington, 1995-=-), and Manly’s Randomization, Bootstrap and MonteCarlo Methods in Biology (1997). Recent interest in more general resampling methods, such as the bootstrap, has further contributed to the field. For a... |

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