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Challenges and future directions for representations of functional brain organization.

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Functional and Diffusion MRI Reveal the Functional and Structural Basis of Infants’ Noxious-Evoked Brain Activity

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Inferring the Infant Pain Experience: A Translational fMRI-Based Signature Approach

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Multimodal pain assessment improves discrimination between noxious and non‐noxious stimuli in infants

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Behavioural discrimination of noxious stimuli in infants is dependent on brain maturation.

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Spatial parcellations, spectral filtering, and connectivity measures in fMRI: Optimizing for discrimination.

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Large-scale intrinsic connectivity is consistent across varying task demands.

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Kieliba P. et al, (2019), PLoS One, 14

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