Assessing dynamic functional connectivity in heterogeneous samples.

Brieuc Lehmann, Simon White, Richard Henson, Cam-Can & L Geerligs
Several methods have been developed to measure dynamic functional connectivity (dFC) in fMRI data. These methods are often based on a sliding-window analysis, which aims to capture how the brain's functional organization varies over the course of a scan. The aim of many studies is to compare dFC across groups, such as younger versus older people. However, spurious group differences in measured dFC may be caused by other sources of heterogeneity between people. For example,...
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