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  1. A. Anderson, D. Han, PK Douglas, J. Bramen, MS Cohen. "Real-time functional MRI Classication of Brain States using Markov-SVM Hybrid Models: Peering inside the rt-fMRI black box" Neural Information Processing Systems, 2012 [full text]

  2. A. Anderson, I.D. Dinov, J.E. Sherin, J. Quintana, A.L. Yuille, and M.S. Cohen, “Classification of spatially unaligned fMRI scans.” NeuroImage,: p., 2009. [full text]

  3. P.K. Douglas, M.S. Cohen, and J.J. DiStefano III, “Chronic exposure to Mn Inhalation may have lasting effects: A physiologically-based toxicokinetic model in rat.” Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, In Press: p., 2009. [full text]

  4. M.F. Green, J. Lee, M.S. Cohen, S. Engel, A.S. Korb, K.H. Nuechterlein, J.K. Wynn, and D. Glahn, “Functional Neuroanatomy of Visual Masking Deficits in Schizophrenia.” Archives of General Psychiatry, in press: p., 2009. [full text]

  5. S. Harris, J.T. Kaplan, A. Curiel, S.Y. Bookheimer, M. Iacoboni, and M.S. Cohen, “The neural correlates of religious and nonreligious belief.” PLoS One, 4 (10): p. e0007272, 2009. [full text]

  6. M. Akhtari, A. Bragin, M.S. Cohen, R. Moats, F. Brenker, M.D. Lynch, H.V. Vinters, and J. Engel, Jr., “Functionalized magnetonanoparticles for MRI diagnosis and localization in epilepsy.” Epilepsia, 49 (8): p. 1419-1430, 2008. [full text]

  7. L. Altshuler, S. Bookheimer, J. Townsend, M.A. Proenza, F. Sabb, J. Mintz, and M.S. Cohen, “Regional brain changes in bipolar I depression: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study.” Bipolar Disord, 10 (6): p. 708-717, 2008. [full text]

  8. S. Harris, S.A. Sheth, and M.S. Cohen, “Functional neuroimaging of belief, disbelief, and uncertainty.” Annals of Neurology, 63 (2): p. 141-147, 2008. [full text]

  9. D.S. Strick, R.L. Nunnally, J.C. Smith, W. Clark, D.J. Mills, M.S. Cohen, and J.W. Judy, “Towards a microcoil for intracranial and intraductal MR microscopy.” Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, 2008: p. 2047-2050, 2008. [full text]

  10. J.K. Wynn, M.F. Green, S. Engel, A. Korb, J. Lee, D. Glahn, K.H. Nuechterlein, and M.S. Cohen, “Increased extent of object-selective cortex in schizophrenia.” Psychiatry Research, 164 (2): p. 97-105, 2008. [full text]

  11. A.L. Brody, M.A. Mandelkern, R.E. Olmstead, J. Jou, E. Tiongson, V. Allen, D. Scheibal, E.D. London, J.R. Monterosso, S.T. Tiffany, A. Korb, J.J. Gan, and M.S. Cohen, “Neural substrates of resisting craving during cigarette cue exposure.” Biological Psychiatry, 62 (6): p. 642-651, 2007. [full text]

  12. K.H. Karlsgodt, D.C. Glahn, T.G. van Erp, S. Therman, M. Huttunen, M. Manninen, J. Kaprio, M.S. Cohen, J. Lonnqvist, and T.D. Cannon, “The relationship between performance and fMRI signal during working memory in patients with schizophrenia, unaffected co-twins, and control subjects.” Schizophrenia Research, 89 (1-3): p. 191-197, 2007. [full text]

  13. J. Xu, A. Mendrek, M.S. Cohen, J. Monterosso, S. Simon, M. Jarvik, R. Olmstead, A.L. Brody, M. Ernst, and E.D. London, “Effect of cigarette smoking on prefrontal cortical function in nondeprived smokers performing the Stroop Task.” Neuropsychopharmacology, 32 (6): p. 1421-1428, 2007. [full text]

  14. R. Bhidayasiri, J.M. Bronstein, M.S. Cohen, and F.G. Shellock, “Response to letter to the editor.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 24 (5): p. 679-680, 2006. [full text]

  15. A. Mendrek, J. Monterosso, S.L. Simon, M. Jarvik, A. Brody, R. Olmstead, C.P. Domier, M.S. Cohen, M. Ernst, and E.D. London, “Working memory in cigarette smokers: comparison to non-smokers and effects of abstinence.” Addict Behav, 31 (5): p. 833-844, 2006. [full text]

  16. J. Xu, A. Mendrek, M.S. Cohen, J. Monterosso, S. Simon, A.L. Brody, M. Jarvik, P. Rodriguez, M. Ernst, and E.D. London, “Effects of acute smoking on brain activity vary with abstinence in smokers performing the N-Back Task: A preliminary study.” Psychiatry Research, 148 (2-3): p. 103-109, 2006. [full text]

  17. L. Altshuler, S. Bookheimer, M.A. Proenza, J. Townsend, F. Sabb, A. Firestine, G. Bartzokis, J. Mintz, J. Mazziotta, and M.S. Cohen, “Increased amygdala activation during mania: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study.” American Journal of Psychiatry, 162 (6): p. 1211-1213, 2005. [full text]

  18. L.L. Altshuler, S.Y. Bookheimer, J. Townsend, M.A. Proenza, N. Eisenberger, F. Sabb, J. Mintz, and M.S. Cohen, “Blunted Activation in Orbitofrontal Cortex During Mania: A Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study.” Biological Psychiatry, 58 (10): p. 763-769, 2005. [full text]

  19. R. Bhidayasiri, J.M. Bronstein, S. Sinha, S.E. Krahl, S. Ahn, E.J. Benhke, M.S. Cohen, R. Frysinger, and F.G. Shellock, “Bilateral Neurostimulation Systems Used for Deep Brain Stimulation: In vitro Study of MRI-Related Heating at 1.5 Tesla and Implications for Clinical Imaging of the Brain.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 23 (4): p. 549-555, 2005. [full text]

  20. T.D. Cannon, D.C. Glahn, J. Kim, T.G. Van Erp, K. Karlsgodt, M.S. Cohen, K.H. Nuechterlein, S. Bava, and D. Shirinyan, “Dorsolateral prefrontal cortex activity during maintenance and manipulation of information in working memory in patients with schizophrenia.” Archives of General Psychiatry, 62 (10): p. 1071-1080, 2005. [full text]

  21. M.F. Green, D. Glahn, S.A. Engel, K.H. Nuechterlein, F. Sabb, M. Strojwas, and M.S. Cohen, “Regional brain activity associated with visual backward masking.” J Cogn Neurosci, 17 (1): p. 13-23, 2005. [full text]

  22. K.H. Karlsgodt, D. Shirinyan, T.G. van Erp, M.S. Cohen, and T.D. Cannon, “Hippocampal activations during encoding and retrieval in a verbal working memory paradigm.” NeuroImage, 25 (4): p. 1224-1231, 2005. [full text]

  23. J. Xu, A. Mendrek, M.S. Cohen, J. Monterosso, P. Rodriguez, S.L. Simon, A. Brody, M. Jarvik, C.P. Domier, R. Olmstead, M. Ernst, and E.D. London, “Brain activity in cigarette smokers performing a working memory task: effect of smoking abstinence.” Biological Psychiatry, 58 (2): p. 143-150, 2005. [full text]

  24. E. Martinez-Montes, P.A. Valdes-Sosa, F. Miwakeichi, R.I. Goldman, and M.S. Cohen, “Concurrent EEG/fMRI analysis by multiway Partial Least Squares.” NeuroImage, 22 (3): p. 1023-1034, 2004. [full text]

  25. N.L. Sicotte, R.R. Voskuhl, S. Bouvier, R. Klutch, M.S. Cohen, and J.C. Mazziotta, “Comparison of multiple sclerosis lesions at 1.5 and 3.0 Tesla.” Investigative Radiology, 38 (7): p. 423-427, 2003. [full text]

  26. D.C. Glahn, J. Kim, M.S. Cohen, V.P. Poutanen, S. Therman, S. Bava, T.G. Van Erp, M. Manninen, M. Huttunen, J. Lonnqvist, C.G. Standertskjold-Nordenstam, and T.D. Cannon, “Maintenance and manipulation in spatial working memory: dissociations in the prefrontal cortex.” NeuroImage, 17 (1): p. 201-213, 2002. [full text]

  27. R.I. Goldman, J.M. Stern, J. Engel, Jr., and M.S. Cohen, “Simultaneous EEG and fMRI of the alpha rhythm.” Neuroreport, 13 (18): p. 2487-2492, 2002. [full text]

  28. J.K. Kroger, F.W. Sabb, C.L. Fales, S.Y. Bookheimer, M.S. Cohen, and K.J. Holyoak, “Recruitment of anterior dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in human reasoning: a parametric study of relational complexity.” Cerebral Cortex, 12 (5): p. 477-485, 2002. [full text]

  29. J.B. Arnold, J.S. Liow, K.A. Schaper, J.J. Stern, J.G. Sled, D.W. Shattuck, A.J. Worth, M.S. Cohen, R.M. Leahy, J.C. Mazziotta, and D.A. Rottenberg, “Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of six algorithms for correcting intensity nonuniformity effects.” NeuroImage, 13 (5): p. 931-943., 2001. [full text]

  30. M.S. Cohen, “Practical Aspects in the Design of Mind Reading Instruments.” American Journal of Neuroradiology,: p., 2001. [full text]

  31. M.S. Cohen, “Real-time functional magnetic resonance imaging.” Methods, 25 (2): p. 201-220., 2001. [full text]

  32. M.S. Cohen, “A data compression method for image time series.” Hum Brain Mapp, 12 (1): p. 20-24, 2001. [full text]

  33. S.Y. Oh, V. Poukens, M.S. Cohen, and J.L. Demer, “Structure-function correlation of laminar vascularity in human rectus extraocular muscles.” Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 42 (1): p. 17-22., 2001. [full text]

  34. S.Y. Bookheimer, M.H. Strojwas, M.S. Cohen, A.M. Saunders, M.A. Pericak-Vance, J.C. Mazziotta, and G.W. Small, “Patterns of brain activation in people at risk for Alzheimer's disease.” New England Journal of Medicine, 343 (7): p. 450-456, 2000. [full text]

  35. M.S. Cohen, R.M. DuBois, and M.M. Zeineh, “Rapid and effective correction of RF inhomogeneity for high field magnetic resonance imaging.” Hum Brain Mapping, 10 (4): p. 204-211, 2000. [full text]

  36. R.M. DuBois and M.S. Cohen, “Spatiotopic organization in human superior colliculus observed with fMRI.” NeuroImage, 12 (1): p. 63-70, 2000. [full text]

  37. W.D. Gaillard, S.Y. Bookheimer, and M.S. Cohen, “The use of fMRI in neocortical epilepsy.” Advances in Neurology, 84: p. 391-404, 2000. [full text]

  38. R. Goldman, J. Stern, J. Engel, and M.S. Cohen, “Acquiring Simultaneous EEG and Functional MRI.” Clinical Neurophysiology, 111 (11): p. 1974-1980, 2000. [full text]

  39. M.S. Cohen and D. Baird, “Why Trade?: How zones of trade support epistemic stability.” Perspective on Science, 7 (2): p. 231-254, 1999. [full text]

  40. M.S. Cohen and R.M. DuBois, “Stability, repeatability, and the expression of signal magnitude in functional magnetic resonance imaging.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 10 (1): p. 33-40, 1999. [full text]

  41. M.S. Cohen, “Parametric analysis of fMRI data using linear systems methods.” NeuroImage, 6 (2): p. 93-103, 1997. [full text]

  42. M.S. Cohen, “Quantitative Assessment of Perfusion by Magnetic Resonance.” Neurology Network Commentary, 1 (5): p. 315-319, 1997. [full text]

  43. H.C. Breiter, S.L. Rauch, K.K. Kwong, J.R. Baker, R.M. Weisskoff, D.N. Kennedy, A.D. Kendrick, T.L. Davis, A. Jiang, M.S. Cohen, C.E. Stern, J.W. Belliveau, L. Baer, R.L. O'Sullivan, C.R. Savage, M.A. Jenike, and B.R. Rosen, “Functional magnetic resonance imaging of symptom provocation in obsessive-compulsive disorder.” Archives of General Psychiatry, 53 (7): p. 595-606, 1996. [full text]

  44. M.S. Cohen, “Functional MRI: A Phrenology for the 1990ís?” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 6: p. 273-274, 1996. [full text]

  45. M.S. Cohen, S.M. Kosslyn, H.C. Breiter, G.J. DiGirolamo, W.L. Thompson, S.Y. Bookheimer, J.W. Belliveau, and B.R. Rosen, “Changes in Cortical Activity During Mental Rotation: A mapping study using functional magnetic resonance imaging.” Brain, 119: p. 89-100, 1996. [full text]

  46. D.G. Disler, M.S. Cohen, D.E. Krebs, S.H. Roy, and D.I. Rosenthal, “Dynamic Evaluation of Exercising Leg Muscle in Healthy Subjects with Echo Planar MR Imaging: Work Rate and Total Work Determine Rate of T2 Change.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 5 (5): p. 588-593, 1995. [full text]

  47. F. Huang-Hellinger, H.C. Breiter, G. McCormack, M.S. Cohen, K.K. Kwong, J. Sutton, R.L. Savoy, R.M. Weisskoff, T.L. Davis, J. Baker, J.W. Belliveau, and B.R. Rosen, “Simultaneous Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Electrophysiological Recording.” Human Brain Mapping, 3: p. 13-23, 1995. [full text]

  48. M.S. Cohen and S.Y. Bookheimer, “Localization of brain function using magnetic resonance imaging.” Trends in Neuroscience, 17 (7): p. 268-277, 1994. [full text]

  49. P. Reimer, S. Saini, P.F. Hahn, T.J. Brady, and M.S. Cohen, “Clinical application of abdominal echoplanar imaging (EPI): optimization using a retrofitted EPI system.” J Comput Assist Tomogr, 18 (5): p. 673-679, 1994. [full text]

  50. P. Reimer, S. Saini, K.K. Kwong, M.S. Cohen, R. Weissleder, and T.J. Brady, “Dynamic gadolinium-enhanced echo-planar MR imaging of the liver: effect of pulse sequence and dose on enhancement.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 4 (3): p. 331-335, 1994. [full text]

  51. S. Saini, P. Reimer, P.F. Hahn, and M.S. Cohen, “Echoplanar MR imaging of the liver in patients with focal hepatic lesions: quantitative analysis of images made with various pulse sequences.” AJR Am J Roentgenol, 163 (6): p. 1389-1393, 1994. [full text]

  52. H.J. Aronen, M.S. Cohen, J.W. Belliveau, J.A. Fordham, and B.R. Rosen, “Ultrafast imaging of brain tumors.” Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 5 (1): p. 14-24, 1993. [full text]

  53. M.S. Cohen, “Echo Planar Magnetic Resonance Angiography.” Magn Reson Imaging Clin N Am, 1 (2): p. 359-365, 1993. [full text]

  54. M.S. Cohen and J. Fordham, “Developments In Magnetic Resonance Imaging.” Investigative Radiology, 28 Suppl 4 (S4): p. S32-S37, 1993. [full text]

  55. M. Goldberg, P. Hahn, S. Saini, M.S. Cohen, P. Reimer, T. Brady, and P. Mueller, “Value of T1 and T2 relaxation times from echoplanar MR imaging in the characterization of focal hepatic lesions.” AJR Am J Roentgenol, 160: p. 1011-1017, 1993. [full text]

  56. M.A. Goldberg, E.K. Yucel, S. Saini, P.F. Hahn, J.A. Kaufman, and M.S. Cohen, “MR angiography of the portal and hepatic venous systems: preliminary experience with echoplanar imaging.” AJR Am J Roentgenol, 160 (1): p. 35-40, 1993. [full text]

  57. P. Reimer, S. Saini, P.F. Hahn, M.S. Cohen, and T.J. Brady, “[The clinical use of echoplanar MR tomography in the detection of focal liver lesions. The results of a quantitative study].” Rofo Fortschr Geb Rontgenstr Neuen Bildgeb Verfahr, 159 (1): p. 16-21, 1993. [full text]

  58. R.M. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, and R.R. Rzedzian, “Nonaxial whole-body instant imaging.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 29 (6): p. 796-803, 1993. [full text]

  59. J.W. Belliveau, K.K. Kwong, D.N. Kennedy, J.R. Baker, C.E. Stern, R. Benson, D.A. Chesler, R.M. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, R.B. Tootell, P.T. Fox, and T.J. Brady, “Magnetic resonance imaging mapping of brain function. Human visual cortex.” Investigative Radiology, 27 Suppl 2: p. S59-S65, 1992. [full text]

  60. M.S. Cohen, “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Human Brain.” Epilepsia, 33 (supple 3): p. 2, 1992. [full text]

  61. M.S. Cohen, B.R. Rosen, and T.J. Brady, “Ultrafast MRI permits expanded clinical role.” MR,: p. 26-37, 1992. [full text]

  62. A.P. Crawley, M.S. Cohen, E.K. Yucel, B. Poncelet, and T.J. Brady, “Single-shot magnetic resonance imaging: applications to angiography.” Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology, 15 (1): p. 32-42, 1992. [full text]

  63. P.F. Hahn, S. Saini, M.S. Cohen, M. Goldberg, P. Reimer, and P.R. Mueller, “An aqueous gastrointestinal contrast agent for use in echo-planar MR imaging.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 25 (2): p. 380-383, 1992. [full text]

  64. K.K. Kwong, J.W. Belliveau, D.A. Chesler, I.E. Goldberg, R.M. Weisskoff, B.P. Poncelet, D.N. Kennedy, B.E. Hoppel, M.S. Cohen, R. Turner, and et al., “Dynamic magnetic resonance imaging of human brain activity during primary sensory stimulation.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U S A, 89 (12): p. 5675-5679, 1992. [full text]

  65. B.P. Poncelet, V.J. Wedeen, R.M. Weisskoff, and M.S. Cohen, “Brain parenchyma motion: measurement with cine echo planar MR imaging.” Radiology, 185 (3): p. 645-651, 1992. [full text]

  66. P. Reimer, K.K. Kwong, R. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, T.J. Brady, and R. Weissleder, “Dynamic signal intensity changes in liver with superparamagnetic MR contrast agents.” Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 2 (2): p. 177-181, 1992. [full text]

  67. P. Reimer, S. Saini, P.F. Hahn, P.R. Mueller, T.J. Brady, and M.S. Cohen, “Techniques for high-resolution echo-planar MR imaging of the pancreas.” Radiology, 182 (1): p. 175-179, 1992. [full text]

  68. J.W. Belliveau, M.S. Cohen, R.M. Weisskoff, B.R. Buchbinder, and B.R. Rosen, “Functional studies of the human brain using high-speed magnetic resonance imaging.” Journal of Neuroimaging, 1 (1): p. 36-41, 1991. [full text]

  69. J.W. Belliveau, D.N. Kennedy, R.C. McKinstry, B.R. Buchbinder, R.M. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, J.M. Vevea, T.J. Brady, and B.R. Rosen, “Functional mapping of the human visual cortex by magnetic resonance imaging.” Science, 254 (5032): p. 716-719, 1991. [full text]

  70. A.R. Bleier, F.A. Jolesz, M.S. Cohen, R.M. Weisskoff, J.J. Dalcanton, N. Higuchi, D.A. Feinberg, B.R. Rosen, R.C. McKinstry, and S.G. Hushek, “Real-time magnetic resonance imaging of laser heat deposition in tissue.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 21 (1): p. 132-137, 1991. [full text]

  71. T.J. Brady, M.S. Cohen, R.M. Weisskoff, and B.R. Rosen, “Equipment requirements to facilitate contrast-enhanced MR imaging.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 22 (2): p. 273-279; discussion 280-271, 1991. [full text]

  72. M.S. Cohen and R.M. Weisskoff, “Ultra-fast imaging.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 9 (1): p. 1-37, 1991. [full text]

  73. B. Rosen, J. Belliveau, B. Buchbinder, K. Kwong, L. Porkka, R. Fisel, R. Weisskoff, M. Neuder, H. Aronen, M.S. Cohen, A. Hopkins, and T. Brady, “Contrast agents and cerebral hemodynamics.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 19: p. 285-292, 1991. [full text]

  74. B.R. Rosen, J.W. Belliveau, H.J. Aronen, D. Kennedy, B.R. Buchbinder, A. Fischman, M. Gruber, J. Glas, R.M. Weisskoff, M.S. Cohen, and et al., “Susceptibility contrast imaging of cerebral blood volume: human experience.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 22 (2): p. 293-299; discussion 300-293, 1991. [full text]

  75. J.W. Belliveau, B.R. Rosen, H.L. Kantor, R.R. Rzedzian, D.N. Kennedy, R.C. McKinstry, J.M. Vevea, M.S. Cohen, I.L. Pykett, and T.J. Brady, “Functional cerebral imaging by susceptibility-contrast NMR.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 14 (3): p. 538-546, 1990. [full text]

  76. M.S. Cohen, R.M. Weisskoff, R.R. Rzedzian, and H.L. Kantor, “Sensory stimulation by time-varying magnetic fields.” Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 14 (2): p. 409-414, 1990. [full text]

  77. E. Unger, A. Darkazanli, and M.S. Cohen, “Fast MR scanning reduces artifacts in the abdomen.” Diagnostic Imaging, 11 (11): p. 248-256, 1989. [full text]

  78. E.C. Unger, M.S. Cohen, and T.R. Brown, “Gradient-echo imaging of hemorrhage at 1.5 Tesla.” Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 7 (2): p. 163-172, 1989. [full text]

  79. E.C. Unger, M.S. Cohen, R.A. Gatenby, M.R. Clair, T.R. Brown, S.J. Nelson, and J.S. McGlone, “Single breath-holding scans of the abdomen using FISP and FLASH at 1.5 T.” J Comput Assist Tomogr, 12 (4): p. 575-583, 1988. [full text]

  80. M.S. Cohen, S. Schwartz-Giblin, and D.W. Pfaff, “Effects of total and partial spinal transections on the pudendal nerve-evoked response in rat lumbar axial muscle.” Brain Research, 401 (1): p. 103-112, 1987. [full text]

  81. M.S. Cohen, S. Schwartz-Giblin, and D.W. Pfaff, “Brainstem reticular stimulation facilitates back muscle motoneuronal responses to pudendal nerve input.” Brain Research, 405 (1): p. 155-158, 1987. [full text]

  82. M.S. Cohen, S. Schwartz-Giblin, and D.W. Pfaff, “The pudendal nerve-evoked response in axial muscle.” Experimental Brain Research, 61 (1): p. 175-185, 1985. [full text]

  83. M.S. Cohen and D.W. Pfaff, “On-line data acquisition system using an Apple computer: ISI and PST histograms.” Brain Research Bulletin, 13 (1): p. 205-223, 1984. [full text]

  84. K. Ezure, M.S. Cohen, and V.J. Wilson, “Response of cat semicircular canal afferents to sinusoidal polarizing currents: implications for input-output properties of second-order neurons.” Journal of Neurophysiology, 49 (3): p. 639-648, 1983. [full text]

  85. M.S. Cohen and R.H. Britt, “Effects of sodium pentobarbital, ketamine, halothane, and chloralose on brainstem auditory evoked responses.” Anesthesia and Analgesia, 61 (4): p. 338-343, 1982. [full text]


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