OHBA is a research facility providing state-of-the-art techniques for measuring and stimulating activity in the living human brain. Groups at OHBA investigate brain function in healthy volunteers, and in individuals affected by psychiatric and neurological conditions. We are currently doing a major upgrade, and under construction until Spring 2016.
Multi-level block permutation.
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Imagining a brighter future: The effect of positive imagery training on mood, prospective mental imagery and emotional bias in older adults.
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Asymmetrical white matter networks for attending to global versus local features.
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