On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans

Khader P, Schicke T, Röder B, Rösler F (2007)
International Journal of Psychophysiology 67(3): 252-261.

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Khader P, Schicke T, Röder B, Rösler F. On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 2007;67(3):252-261.
Khader, P., Schicke, T., Röder, B., & Rösler, F. (2007). On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 67(3), 252-261. doi:10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2007.05.018
Khader, P., Schicke, T., Röder, B., and Rösler, F. (2007). On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology 67, 252-261.
Khader, P., et al., 2007. On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 67(3), p 252-261.
P. Khader, et al., “On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans”, International Journal of Psychophysiology, vol. 67, 2007, pp. 252-261.
Khader, P., Schicke, T., Röder, B., Rösler, F.: On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology. 67, 252-261 (2007).
Khader, Patrick, Schicke, Tobias, Röder, Brigitte, and Rösler, Frank. “On the relationship between slow cortical potentials and BOLD signal changes in humans”. International Journal of Psychophysiology 67.3 (2007): 252-261.
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