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Abstract #8007

Measuring Connectivity with RSFMRI

Mark Chiew

Connectivity in resting-state fMRI can be evaluated through a variety of different methods. These include methods for static functional connectivity, such as seed-correlation, spatial independent component analysis, and graph theoretical approaches. In addition, dynamic functional connectivity can be assessed using methods such as sliding window correlation, time-frequency analysis, co-activation patterns and temporal independence component analysis.

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