Daniel P. Kennedy, Ph.D.

Indiana University Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
social neuroscience, autism spectrum disorder, social perception, eye tracking, brain connectivity
"Daniel Kennedy"
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Eric Courchesne grad student 2007 UCSD
 (Functional abnormalities of the default network in autism.)
Ralph Adolphs post-doc Caltech
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Zamani Esfahlani F, Jo Y, Faskowitz J, et al. (2020) High-amplitude cofluctuations in cortical activity drive functional connectivity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Byrge L, Kennedy DP. (2020) Accurate prediction of individual subject identity and task, but not autism diagnosis, from functional connectomes. Human Brain Mapping
Betzel RF, Byrge L, Esfahlani FZ, et al. (2020) Temporal fluctuations in the brain's modular architecture during movie-watching. Neuroimage. 116687
He Y, Byrge L, Kennedy DP. (2020) Nonreplication of functional connectivity differences in autism spectrum disorder across multiple sites and denoising strategies. Human Brain Mapping
Byrge L, Kennedy DP. (2019) High-accuracy individual identification using a "thin slice" of the functional connectome. Network Neuroscience (Cambridge, Mass.). 3: 363-383
Byrge L, Kennedy DP. (2017) Identifying and characterizing systematic temporally-lagged BOLD artifacts. Neuroimage
Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2017) Deconstructing atypical eye gaze perception in autism spectrum disorder. Scientific Reports. 7: 14990
Di Martino A, O'Connor D, Chen B, et al. (2017) Enhancing studies of the connectome in autism using the autism brain imaging data exchange II. Scientific Data. 4: 170010
Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2017) Autism does not limit strategic thinking in the "beauty contest" game. Cognition. 160: 91-97
Gedek HM, Pantelis PC, Kennedy DP. (2016) The influence of presentation modality on the social comprehension of naturalistic scenes in adults with autism spectrum disorder. Autism : the International Journal of Research and Practice
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