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The Human Connectome Project: A retrospective.Academic Article Why?
The Human Connectome Project: a data acquisition perspective.Academic Article Why?
Connectomic profiling and Vagus nerve stimulation Outcomes Study (CONNECTiVOS): a prospective observational protocol to identify biomarkers of seizure response in children and youth.Academic Article Why?
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Adding dynamics to the Human Connectome Project with MEG.Academic Article Why?
Raja, RajikhaPerson Why?
Informatics and data mining tools and strategies for the human connectome project.Academic Article Why?
Four-dimensional tractography animates propagations of neural activation via distinct interhemispheric pathways.Academic Article Why?
Paired inhibitory stimulation and gait training modulates supplemental motor area connectivity in freezing of gait.Academic Article Why?
Retrospective Correction of Physiological Noise: Impact on Sensitivity, Specificity, and Reproducibility of Resting-State Functional Connectivity in a Reading Network Model.Academic Article Why?
Six-dimensional dynamic tractography atlas of language connectivity in the developing brain.Academic Article Why?
Transdiagnostic Effects of Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Cue Reactivity.Academic Article Why?
Larson-Prior, LindaPerson Why?
James, GeorgePerson Why?
ConnectomeDB--Sharing human brain connectivity data.Academic Article Why?
Kleiner, JenniferPerson Why?
A human brain atlas derived via n-cut parcellation of resting-state and task-based fMRI data.Academic Article Why?
Functional independence in resting-state connectivity facilitates higher-order cognition.Academic Article Why?
Neural Connectivity Evidence for a Categorical-Dimensional Hybrid Model of Autism Spectrum Disorder.Academic Article Why?
Posttraumatic stress disorder symptom severity is associated with reduced default mode network connectivity in individuals with elevated genetic risk for psychopathology.Academic Article Why?
Bush, KeithPerson Why?
Reproducibility of axonal water fraction derived from the spherical mean diffusion weighted signal.Academic Article Why?
Kilts, ClintPerson Why?
Albert, GregoryPerson Why?
Choudhary, ArabindaPerson Why?
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