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Influences on the Test–Retest Reliability of Functional Connectivity MRI and its Relationship with Behavioral Utility
Reliability was lowest for subcortical connections and highest for within‐network cortical connections, and Multivariate reliability was greater than univariate; these findings are among the first to underscore this distinction for functional connectivity.
Multisite reliability of MR-based functional connectivity
Presurgical language fMRI: Mapping of six critical regions
Initial validation of a novel, clinician‐based approach to localizing language cortex is provided and clinical fMRI is superior when analyzed by an experienced clinician and that when fMRI data is of low quality judgments of laterality are unreliable and should be withheld.
Fluctuations in Global Brain Activity Are Associated With Changes in Whole-Brain Connectivity of Functional Networks
The hypothesis that the brain oscillates through different states over the course of a resting-state study reflecting differences in RSN connectivity associated with global brain activity is supported.