Our group uses neuroimaging to undercover the neural origins of behavior, particularly within the context of rapid decision making. For example we use single-trial analysis of high-density EEG to undercover the components of object recognition during rapid serial visual presentation. We have also integrated this approach with simulatenously collected fMRI, correlating the trial-to-trial variability of the high-spatial resolution hemodynamic response with that of the high-temporal resolution EEG.