- Title Pages
- 1 A Critique of Functional Localizers
- 2 Divide and Conquer: A Defense of Functional Localizers
- 3 Commentary on Divide and Conquer: A Defense of Functional Localizers
- 4 An Exchange about Localism
- 5 Multivariate Pattern Analysis of fMRI Data: High-Dimensional Spaces for Neural and Cognitive Representations
- 6 Begging the Question: The Nonindependence Error in fMRI Data Analysis
- 7 On the Proper Role of Nonindependent ROI Analysis: A Commentary on Vul and Kanwisher
- 8 On the Advantages of Not Having to Rely on Multiple Comparison Corrections
- 9 Confirmation, Refutation, and the Evidence of fMRI
- 10 Words and Pictures in Reports of fMRI Research
- 11 Discovering How Brains Do Things
- 12 Resting-State Brain Connectivity
- 13 Subtraction and Beyond: The Logic of Experimental Designs for Neuroimaging
- 14 Advancements in fMRI Methods: What Can They Inform about the Functional Organization of the Human Ventral Stream?
- 15 Intersubject Variability in fMRI Data: Causes, Consequences, and Related Analysis Strategies
- 16 Neuroimaging and Inferential Distance: The Perils of Pictures
- 17 Brains and Minds: On the Usefulness of Localization Data to Cognitive Psychology
- 18 Neuroimaging as a Tool for Functionally Decomposing Cognitive Processes
- 19 What Is Functional Neuroimaging For?
- Foundational Issues in Human Brain Mapping
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