Sean Marrett
Sean Marrett
Staff Scientist, Functional MRI Facility, NIMH/NIH
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A unified statistical approach for determining significant signals in images of cerebral activation
KJ Worsley, S Marrett, P Neelin, AC Vandal, KJ Friston, AC Evans
Human brain mapping 4 (1), 58-73, 1996
A three-dimensional statistical analysis for CBF activation studies in human brain
KJ Worsley, AC Evans, S Marrett, P Neelin
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 12 (6), 900-918, 1992
Multiple representations of pain in human cerebral cortex
JD Talbot, S Marrett, AC Evans, E Meyer, MC Bushnell, GH Duncan
Science 251 (4999), 1355-1358, 1991
The neural systems that mediate human perceptual decision making
HR Heekeren, S Marrett, LG Ungerleider
Nature reviews neuroscience 9 (6), 467-479, 2008
A general mechanism for perceptual decision-making in the human brain
HR Heekeren, S Marrett, PA Bandettini, LG Ungerleider
Nature 431 (7010), 859-862, 2004
The retinotopy of visual spatial attention
RBH Tootell, N Hadjikhani, EK Hall, S Marrett, W Vanduffel, JT Vaughan, ...
Neuron 21 (6), 1409-1422, 1998
Investigation of BOLD signal dependence on cerebral blood flow and oxygen consumption: the deoxyhemoglobin dilution model
RD Hoge, J Atkinson, B Gill, GR Crelier, S Marrett, GB Pike
Magnetic Resonance in Medicine: An Official Journal of the International …, 1999
Linear coupling between cerebral blood flow and oxygen consumption in activated human cortex
RD Hoge, J Atkinson, B Gill, GR Crelier, S Marrett, GB Pike
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (16), 9403-9408, 1999
Anatomical mapping of functional activation in stereotactic coordinate space
AC Evans, S Marrett, P Neelin, L Collins, K Worsley, W Dai, S Milot, ...
Neuroimage 1 (1), 43-53, 1992
Involvement of human left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in perceptual decision making is independent of response modality
HR Heekeren, S Marrett, DA Ruff, PA Bandettini, LG Ungerleider
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (26), 10023-10028, 2006
MRI-PET correlation in three dimensions using a volume-of-interest (VOI) atlas
AC Evans, S Marrett, J Torrescorzo, S Ku, L Collins
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 11 (1_suppl), A69-A78, 1991
Anatomical-functional correlation using an adjustable MRI-based region of interest atlas with positron emission tomography
AC Evans, C Beil, S Marrett, CJ Thompson, A Hakim
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 8 (4), 513-530, 1988
Searching scale space for activation in PET images
KJ Worsley, S Marrett, P Neelin, AC Evans
Human brain mapping 4 (1), 74-90, 1996
High-resolution CBV-fMRI allows mapping of laminar activity and connectivity of cortical input and output in human M1
L Huber, DA Handwerker, DC Jangraw, G Chen, A Hall, C Stüber, ...
Neuron 96 (6), 1253-1263. e7, 2017
Warping of a computerized 3-D atlas to match brain image volumes for quantitative neuroanatomical and functional analysis
AC Evans, W Dai, DL Collins, P Neelin, S Marrett
Medical Imaging V: Image Processing 1445, 236-246, 1991
From retinotopy to recognition: fMRI in human visual cortex
RBH Tootell, NK Hadjikhani, JD Mendola, S Marrett, AM Dale
Trends in cognitive sciences 2 (5), 174-183, 1998
Cortical abnormalities in bipolar disorder investigated with MRI and voxel-based morphometry
AC Nugent, MP Milham, EE Bain, L Mah, DM Cannon, S Marrett, ...
Neuroimage 30 (2), 485-497, 2006
Oxidative and nonoxidative metabolism of excited neurons and astrocytes
A Gjedde, S Marrett, M Vafaee
Journal of cerebral blood flow & metabolism 22 (1), 1-14, 2002
Activations in visual and attention-related areas predict and correlate with the degree of perceptual learning
I Mukai, D Kim, M Fukunaga, S Japee, S Marrett, LG Ungerleider
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (42), 11401-11411, 2007
Habenula volume in bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder: a high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging study
JB Savitz, AC Nugent, W Bogers, JP Roiser, EE Bain, A Neumeister, ...
Biological psychiatry 69 (4), 336-343, 2011
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