BOLDscreen 32 LCD for fMRI

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Designed for 60 and 70cm bores, the premium 32" 1920x1080 widescreen LCD display features up to 16-bit RGB colour control, 1400:1 contrast ratio and 120Hz panel drive.

Our BOLDscreen monitors are the only "MRI Compatible" MR Safe displays with no time lag, integrated sensor for luminance calibration and, of course, no interference with the scanner, even when positioned right at the exit of the bore.

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BOLDscreen Publications

Below we've compiled some publications from just the first few months of 2020, citing the BOLDscreen range. Run a Google Scholar search to see all the earlier and more recent results.

journals.jpgLinear systems analysis for laminar fMRI: Evaluating BOLD amplitude scaling for luminance contrast manipulations. van Dijk, J.A., Fracasso, A., Petridou, N. et al. Sci Rep 10, 5462 (2020).

Domain-Specific Tasks Differentiate Cortical Areas with Similar Sensory Responses. Logan Dowdle, Geoffrey Ghose, Kamil Ugurbil, Essa Yacoub, Luca Vizioli bioRxiv 2020.05.27.119677;

Conscious and unconscious brain responses to food and cocaine cues. Wiers, C.E., Zhao, J., Manza, P. et al. Brain Imaging and Behavior (2020).

The role of the ventral intraparietal area (VIP/pVIP) in the perception of object-motion and self-motion. David T. Field, Nicolò Biagi, Laura A. Inman. NeuroImage Volume 213, 2020

Brain Network Segregation and Glucose Energy Utilization: Relevance for Age-Related Differences in Cognitive Function.
Peter Manza, Corinde E Wiers, Ehsan Shokri-Kojori, Danielle Kroll, Dana Feldman, Melanie Schwandt, Gene-Jack Wang, Dardo Tomasi, Nora D Volkow. Cerebral Cortex, bhaa167

Intact corticostriatal control of goal-directed action in Alcohol Use Disorder: a Pavlovian-to-instrumental transfer and outcome-devaluation study. van Timmeren, T., Quail, S.L., Balleine, B.W. et al.  Sci Rep 10, 4949 (2020).

Grey-Matter Thickness of the Left But Not the Right Primary Visual Area Correlates with Autism Traits in Typically Developing Adults. Yildiz, G.Y., Vilsten, J.S., Millard, A.S. et al.  J Autism Dev Disord (2020).

Magnetic resonance imaging for pathobiological assessment and interventional treatment of the coronary arteries. Timo Heidt, Simon Reiss, Thomas Lottner, Ali C Özen, Christoph Bode, Michael Bock, Constantin von zur Mühlen. European Heart Journal Supplements, Volume 22, Issue Supplement_C, April 2020, Pages C46–C56.

Visual Organization of the Default Network. Martin Szinte, Tomas Knapen. Cerebral Cortex, Volume 30, Issue 6, June 2020, Pages 3518–3527.

Micro-probing enables fine-grained mapping of neuronal populations using fMRI. Joana Carvalho, Azzurra Invernizzi, Khazar Ahmadi, Michael B. Hoffmann, Remco J. Renken, Frans W. Cornelissen.  NeuroImage, Volume 209, 2020, 116423. 

The association between subcortical and cortical fMRI and lifetime noise exposure in listeners with normal hearing thresholds. Rebecca S. Dewey, Susan T. Francis, Hannah Guest, Garreth Prendergast, Rebecca E. Millman, Christopher J. Plack, Deborah A. Hall.  NeuroImage, Volume 204, 2020, 116239,

Oxidative ATP synthesis in human quadriceps declines during 4 minutes of maximal contractions. Miles F. Bartlett Liam F. Fitzgerald Rajakumar Nagarajan Yeun Hiroi Jane A. Kent. J.Physiol, Volume 598, 2020

The Amsterdam Open MRI Collection, a set of multimodal MRI datasets for individual difference analyses.
Lukas Snoek, Maite M. van der Miesen, Tinka Beemsterboer, Andries van der Leij, Annemarie Eigenhuis, H. Steven Scholte.
bioRxiv 2020.06.16.155317; doi:

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