I am still having issues with this. I have gotten to the normalization procedure. I noticed that there is a mention in the manual on page 231 on an example data set that "If you wish to superimpose a subject's functional activations on their own anatomy, you will need to apply the spatial normalization parameters to their (bias-corrected) anatomical image."
Following this example data set instructions, I cannot find the step in the processing where this bias-corrected structural image was created to use in the normalization with the *_seg_sn.mat for normalization. Can someone please let me know how and in what process this is created?
From: Jonathan Peelle [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, May 28, 2010 11:08 AM
To: Modestino, Edward J *HS
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Subject: Re: [SPM] Coregistration/activity outside occipital lobe
> The order in processing I am using is:
> (1) Realignment
> (2) Slice time correction
> (3) Coregistration...
> If I follow what I said below:
> ref.img: T1 structural image
> sou.img: Mean fMRI
> other images: all the realigned fMRI volumes
> Do I choose in coregistration under "other images" the realigned images and NOT the slice time corrected images?
You want to choose whatever images you'll be doing the stats on, so in
this case, the slice-time corrected images. (It wouldn't hurt to
select the realigned images, in addition....).