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Using generative models to make probabilistic statements about hippocampal engagement in MEG.
Meyer SS. et al, (2017), Neuroimage, 149, 468 - 482
Effect of age and the APOE gene on metabolite concentrations in the posterior cingulate cortex.
Suri S. et al, (2017), Neuroimage
Early behavioural facilitation by temporal expectations in complex visual-motor sequences.
Heideman SG. et al, (2017), J Physiol Paris
Single or Multi-Frequency Generators in on-going brain activity: a mechanistic whole-brain model of empirical MEG data.
Deco G. et al, (2017), Neuroimage