Wed, 21 Jun 2023
Mater Research, Australia
Representational Connectivity Analysis (RCA) has gained mounting interest in the past few years. This is because, rather than conventional tracking of signal, RCA allows for the tracking of information across the brain. It can also provide insights into the content and potential transformations of the transferred information. This presentation explains several variations of the method in terms of implementation and how it can be adopted for different modalities (E/MEG and fMRI). I will also present caveats and nuances of the method which should be considered when using the RCA.