Functional connectivity change as shared signal dynamics

  title={Functional connectivity change as shared signal dynamics},
  author={Michael W. Cole and Genevieve J. Yang and John D Murray and Grega Repov{\vs} and Alan Anticevic},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
BACKGROUND An increasing number of neuroscientific studies gain insights by focusing on differences in functional connectivity-between groups, individuals, temporal windows, or task conditions. We found using simulations that additional insights into such differences can be gained by forgoing variance normalization, a procedure used by most functional connectivity measures. Simulations indicated that these functional connectivity measures are sensitive to increases in independent fluctuations… CONTINUE READING
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