Dear Jesper,

Thank you for your clarification. About the first question. As far as I
understand, sometimes we can find that some regions in the lesioned area
have little activity whereas another ones not....depending on the time you
are assessing the subject with, in the case you skip lesioned
area, (regressing out timeseries in this area)...would not we be inducing a
bias...since we are "stating" that in this area there is no activity?
Or...maybe it should be better taking a decision depending on we want to
probe? In any case, it is quite complicated skipping the lesioned region
based on presumed biological theory...that not always works for all
subjects at different times...

Yours sincerely,

2013/4/15 Jesper Andersson <[log in to unmask]>

> Dear Janet and Rosalia,
> > Based on your comment, I will skip entering the timeseries of the
> lesioned area as a nuisance covariate.
> I didn't say you should necessarily skip it ;-) I remarked that one needs
> to be a little careful, especially if the lesioned area is one that in a
> healthy brain ones task would elicit activation.
> > For the affine transform, can I use one of the .mat files that is
> produced in the original feat? If so, I assume this would be
> "highres2standard.mat"?
> Yes, that is the one you want.
> Jesper