Predicting Task and Subject Differences with Functional Connectivity and BOLD Variability

  1. Xiangrui Li

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Abstract Previous research has found that functional connectivity (FC) can accurately predict the identity of a subject performing a task and the type of task being performed. These results are replicated using a large dataset collected at the OSU Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Brain Imaging. This work introduces a novel perspective on task and subject identity prediction: BOLD Variability (...


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