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Abstract #1275

Validating the accuracy and effectiveness of Prospective Motion Correction on rsfMRI

Pei Huang1, David Hayes1, and Marta Correia1

1Cognition and Brain Science Unit, MRC, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Prospective motion correction for MRI has been shown to greatly improve image quality for structural scans but its impact on fMRI data is still unclear. In this work, we studied the effectiveness of prospective motion correction by analysing the accuracy of the tracking system and looking at the effects of motion correction on resting-state fMRI with no instructed subject motion.

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