Emily S. Finn

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NIMH NIH  
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cognitive neuroscience, fMRI, functional connectivity, individual differences
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Goyal N, Moraczewski D, Bandettini PA, et al. (2022) The positive-negative mode link between brain connectivity, demographics and behaviour: a pre-registered replication of Smith . (2015). Royal Society Open Science. 9: 201090
Finn ES, Rosenberg MD. (2021) Beyond fingerprinting: Choosing predictive connectomes over reliable connectomes. Neuroimage. 118254
Finn ES, Bandettini PA. (2021) Movie-watching outperforms rest for functional connectivity-based prediction of behavior. Neuroimage. 235: 117963
Scheinost D, Dadashkarimi J, Finn ES, et al. (2021) Functional connectivity during frustration: a preliminary study of predictive modeling of irritability in youth. Neuropsychopharmacology : Official Publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Finn ES, Huber L, Bandettini PA. (2020) Higher and deeper: Bringing layer fMRI to association cortex. Progress in Neurobiology. 101930
Huber L, Finn ES, Chai Y, et al. (2020) Layer-dependent functional connectivity methods. Progress in Neurobiology. 101835
Finn ES, Glerean E, Khojandi AY, et al. (2020) Idiosynchrony: From shared responses to individual differences during naturalistic neuroimaging. Neuroimage. 215: 116828
Rosenberg MD, Scheinost D, Greene AS, et al. (2020) Functional connectivity predicts changes in attention observed across minutes, days, and months. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Chen G, Taylor PA, Qu X, et al. (2019) Untangling the relatedness among correlations, part III: Inter-subject correlation analysis through Bayesian multilevel modeling for naturalistic scanning. Neuroimage. 116474
Huber L, Finn ES, Handwerker DA, et al. (2019) Sub-millimeter fMRI reveals multiple topographical digit representations that form action maps in human motor cortex. Neuroimage. 116463
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