Cross-Cutting Theme Program
Towards Large-Scale, Automated Synthesis of the Human fMRI Literature
Saturday, May 24, 2014,
11:50 AM - 12:25 PM
The explosive growth of the neuroimaging literature has made aggregation of findings increasingly difficult. In this talk, I describe a novel meta-analysis framework for automated synthesis of fMRI findings. I demonstrate how the framework can be used to draw novel inferences about the relationship between neural and cognitive processes.
This is part of the Big Data: Understanding Patterns of Human Behavior Theme Program.