BrainMap Taxonomy

BrainMap uses a structured standardized coding scheme which describes published human neuroimaging experimental results. This taxonomy has been used to describe thousands of publications, which has been estimated to be 20-30% of the compliant literature in the field. Each of these paper is verified by a BrainMap taxonomy expert, which has built a valuable resource. More than one thousand peer-reviewed publications have cited using BrainMap's data and software.

This site is intended to serve as a reference for those seeking to fully understand the taxonomy. It should be helpful for creating meta-analytic workspaces, searching our databases, correctly coding papers for submission to a database, or performing further analysis such as behavioral profiles.

For example, Behavior - Speech:

Brain activity during speech behavior
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