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Reproducibility of R-fMRI metrics on the impact of different strategies for multiple comparison correction and sample sizes 期刊论文
HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING, 2018, 卷号: 39, 期号: 1, 页码: 300-318
Authors:  Chen, Xiao;  Lu, Bin;  Yan, Chao-Gan
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multiple comparison correction strategies  positive predictive value  replicability  reproducibility  resting-state fMRI  sample size  sensitivity  test-retest reliability  
Identifying Topological Motif Patterns of Human Brain Functional Networks 期刊论文
HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING, 2017, 卷号: 38, 期号: 5, 页码: 2734-2750
Authors:  Wei, Yongbin;  Liao, Xuhong;  Yan, Chaogan;  He, Yong;  Xia, Mingrui
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connectome  magnetic resonance imaging  directed network  resting-state  breath-holding  
Predicting beneficial effects of atomoxetine and citalopram on response inhibition in Parkinson's disease with clinical and neuroimaging measures 期刊论文
HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING, 2016, 卷号: 37, 期号: 3, 页码: 1026-1037
Authors:  Ye, Zheng;  Rae, Charlotte L.;  Nombela, Cristina;  Ham, Timothy;  Rittman, Timothy;  Jones, Peter Simon;  Rodriguez, Patricia Vazquez;  Coyle-Gilchrist, Ian;  Regenthal, Ralf;  Altena, Ellemarije;  Housden, Charlotte R.;  Maxwell, Helen;  Sahakian, Barbara J.;  Barker, Roger A.;  Robbins, Trevor W.;  Rowe, James B.
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Parkinson's disease  impulsivity  response inhibition  stratification  noradrenaline  serotonin  machine learning  
Involvement of the cerebellum in semantic discrimination: An fMRI study 期刊论文
HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING, 2003, 卷号: 18, 期号: 3, 页码: 208-214
Authors:  Xiang, HD;  Lin, CY;  Ma, XH;  Zhang, ZQ;  Bower, JM;  Weng, XC;  Gao, JH;  Xuchu Weng
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cerebellum  language  semantic discrimination  MRI  fMRI