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InterTVA. A multimodal MRI dataset for the study of inter-individual differences in voice perception and identification.

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The InterTVA dataset has been acquired with two main objectives. First, from a neuroscientific perspective, it aims at studying the inter-individual differences observed in people's ability at performing voice perception and voice identification tasks. Secondly, from a methodological perspective, it should allow benchmarking multi-view machine learning methods. Indeed, it includes several MRI modalities: anatomical MRI, diffusion MRI and several sessions of functional MRI -- one resting state run, one event-related voice localizer run (passive listening of vocal and non-vocal sounds), and four runs during which the subject performed a voice identification task.

InterTVA. A multimodal MRI dataset for the study of inter-individual differences in voice perception and identification.
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InterTVA. A multimodal MRI dataset for the study of inter-individual differences in voice perception and identification.
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By jianghaotian100@163.com - 4 months ago
I want to know the difference between AP and PA files in DWI files
By sylvain.takerkart@univ-amu.fr - 3 months ago
Hi, AP (anterior-to-posterior) and PA (posterior-to-anterior) are different phase-encoding directions. Having both allow for better correcting spatial distortions that are present in DWI images... You should refer to processing softwares (and their associated publications) to learn more about this, e.g FSL TOPUP (https://fsl.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fsl/fslwiki/topup)...
Hope this helps,
Cheers,
Sylvain