Below is a list of web resources used in the talk
- CBU's Connectivity Interest Group. In particular, see Rik’s and James’ talks (“Introduction to DCM”; “Advanced DCM”)
- SPM Manual,pg 299-312.
PPI and SEM
J.B. Rowe, L.E. Hughes, R.A. Barker,& A.M. Owen (2010). Dynamic causal modelling of effective connectivity from fMRI: Are results reproducible and sensitive to Parkinson's disease and its treatment? Neuroimage, 52(3): 1015–1026.
Rowe et al. (2002) Attention to action in Parkinson’s disease: impaired effective connectivity among frontal cortical regions. Brain, 125:276-289
The original DCM paper
Friston KJ, Harrison L, Penny W, (2003). Dynamic causal modelling.Neuroimage,19(4):1273-302.
Stephan KE, Penny WD, Moran RJ, et al.,(2010).Ten simple rules for dynamic causal modeling. Neuroimage, 15;49(4):3099-109.
Example Applications of DCM
Ewbank, M., Lawson, R., Henson, R.N., Rowe, J., Passamonti, L. & Calder, C. (2011). Changes in 'top-down' connectivity underlie repetition suppression in the ventral visual pathway. Journal of Neuroscience, 31, 5635-5642.
Rowe J. B., Hughes L. E., Barker R. A., Owen A. M. (2010). Dynamic causal modelling of effective connectivity from fMRI: are results reproducible and sensitive to Parkinson's disease and its treatment? Neuroimage 52, 1015–1026. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2009.12.080.