Resting-state fMRI correlations: from link-wise unreliability to whole brain stability

  1. Mario Pannunzi
  2. Rikkert Hindriks
  3. Ruggero Bettinardi
  4. Elisabeth Wenger
  5. Nina Lisofsky
  6. Elisabeth Filevich
  7. Martyna Lochstet
  8. Ulman Lindenberger
  9. Gustavo Deco

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The data provided here a link-wise resting state functional connectivity indices derived from the day2day study (Filevich et al., 2017). These data were analyzed by Pannunzi et al. (2017) and by Brandmaier et al. (under review). Refs: Filevich, E., Lisofsky, N., Becker, M., Butler, O., Lochstet, M., Martensson, J., … Kühn, S. (2017). Day2day: investigating daily variability of magnetic resonance ...


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