This course is designed to provide standard operating procedures for students interested in contacting studies that use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). MRI is a non-invasive technique for imaging internal body parts and it can also be very safe if proper safety procedures are used. Strong magnetic fields present unique hazards to research participants and MRI personnel. For this reason, it is important for everyone using an MRI Facility to be aware of MRI safety procedures. This course will include an overview MR system components, general safety procedures, and MR screening.
Marie Arsalidou, PhD
By completing this course students will demonstrate:
1. Know how to make her- or himself safe to enter an MR environment
2. Understand the dangers of static magnetic fields.
3. Become familiar with Standard Operating Procedures.
4. Know how to administer MR safety screening form.
5. Be familiar with procedures for incidental findings.
Statistical workshop for bachelor, master and PhD students.
Dr. M. Charkhabi, PhD Research Fellow in Psychology
Theoretical Section (45 min):
What is mediator variable?
What is moderator variable?
What are differences between mediator and moderator variables?
Examples of mediators and moderators in research
Practical Section (75 min):
What is Process program?
How to install it on your PC or laptop?
How to test a mediation path?
How to test a moderation path?
How to interpret and report the results?
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