Single-trial analyses: Why bother?

  • Pernet C
  • Sajda P
  • Rousselet G
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Neuroimaging techniques have been traditionally used to demonstrate\r
differences between means calculated across conditions\r
or groups of subjects. However, as illustrated by the articles in\r
this research topic, by studying the variability across trials, singletrial\r
analyses can in some situations allow us to go beyond this\r
kind of imaging to the mean. Indeed, single-trial analyses can\r
provide additional information that is unobservable if we collapse\r
the data to a mean. ...

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