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RT @PabloVidalRibas
Thrilled to announce that I've been awarded one of the highly competitive Ramon y Cajal fellowships, a 5-year tenure track contract in a Spanish research institution. Number 3 of 7 fellowships given to . Best news ever in my first day in ! 🥳 twitter.com/AgEInves/status/15

RT @AFornito
Worried (like everyone else) about brain-behaviour correlations? Peep our brief commentary on the Marek et al. study, led by J Tiego. Where much focus has been on improving imaging measures, we discuss ways in which behavioural measures may be improved:
osf.io/emgck

RT @DrAdamMecca
Join the @ISTAART Alzheimer's Association for our upcoming webinar, “Statistical analysis methods for neuroimaging” with @AndersonWinkler, @HaochangS, Thursday, June 30 @ 11:30 am US ET. Register: training.alz.org/Research-Webi

Available online ~ 2weeks after the event

RT @Neuro_Desk
We released a cool new feature and would love to hear your feedback: Neurodesk is now available without installing anything locally and simply runs in the browser - a powerful neuroimaging environment for reproducible neuroimaging at your fingertips: play.neurodesk.org/v2/gh/neuro

RT @RenaudStat
Want to state exactly when two EEG signals/conditions differ significantly? I'm exited to present poster WTh519 at today and tomorrow. With @jarostat . NeuroImage (2022):doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2

RT @cecchetti_luca
After the inspiring @Nature paper by @smarek0502, @tervoclemmensb, @ndosenbach, @DrDamienFair, @ten_photos, @bttyeo, @handjaras and I have analyzed simulated and HCP data. We argue that reproducible BWAS do not necessarily require 1000s of individuals: psyarxiv.com/c8xwe a🧵

RT @EPAN_lab
Great to collaborate in this preregistered project! Thanks ⁦@bas_janna⁩ for pulling it! Structural Brain Correlates of Childhood Inhibited Temperament: An ENIGMA-Anxiety Mega-analysis - Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry jaacap.org/article/S0890-8567(

RT @kph3k
“I am an egalitarian. I think of inequality as a moral and political problem to be fixed.”

Thanks @bigthink for the opportunity to talk about some of the ideas and themes of my book. twitter.com/bigthink/status/15

RT @phyzang
NiMARE’s interactive Jupyter notebook has now been published as a preprint @NeuroLibre! Amazing work, big congrats to @taylor_salo and team!! 🎉🎉🥳🥳 twitter.com/taylor_salo/status

RT @BorsboomDenny
Warning to scientists: Elsevier is selling your unedited submitted manuscripts! A thread. 1/7 @ELSpsychology @costofknowledge @EikoFried @talyarkoni @nicebread303 @ElsevierNews @robinnkok @EronenIlkka @professorjansen @Jopdevrieze @mzelst @KarelBerkhout

RT @DrKrystalLewis
‼️Check out this exciting new publication by @ElizabethRKitt which explores the relationship between family accommodation, avoidance and 💜 self-efficacy 💜 in our SDAN pediatric anxiety sample @NIMHgov @dylanggee authors.elsevier.com/c/1f6xm_8

RT @NeuroFidelity
New paper out: "Phenotypic and genetic associations of quantitative magnetic susceptibility in UK Biobank brain imaging".

nature.com/articles/s41593-022

By Chaoyue Wang, with @fmrib_steve, @MostlyStatic, @b_tendler, @fmrib_karla et al.

@NatureNeuro - @uk_biobank - @OxfordWIN

RT @fMRI_today
The Functional MRI Facility at the NIH, having two 7T scanners, three 3T scanners, supporting research of 30+ labs across institutes, is starting a search for a staff scientist who will join us to help keep it thriving and cutting edge. cmn.nimh.nih.gov/fmrif-staff-s

RT @IoanaGrigoras4
Submitted my DPhil thesis today investigating the role of inhibition on human motor learning, supervised by the wonderful @cjstagg and @OxfordPERL @OxfordWIN @NDCNOxford @MRCBNDU. Looking forward to the exciting projects to come!

RT @novelli_leo
Our mathematical perspective on edge-centric FC is published and much expanded! With @adeelrazi: nature.com/articles/s41467-022

Thanks for the feedback and discussions @jlizier @AndrewZalesky @dan_marinazzo @jmacshine @bendfulcher @DrBreaky @spornslab @faskowitz @richardfbetzel💡

🧵👇

RT @tervoclemmensb
!!!NEW PREPRINT!!!

When do adolescents reach adult levels of executive function?

We used FOUR independent datasets (N>10,000), behavioral data from 17 distinct EF tasks, and nonlinear modeling techniques to address this and related questions. 🧵

psyarxiv.com/73yfv

RT @bttyeo
1/5 Our new preprint doi.org/10.1101/2020.08.10.245 uses meta-learning to boost functional connectivity based prediction of *NEW* phenotypes in small samples. We achieve 100%-400% improvements in many scenarios!

@hetong93 @AvramHolmes @anlijuncn @danilobzdok @AvramHolmes @INM7_ISN

RT @shansiddiqi
Unpopular opinion: I love my job.

I love psychiatry, I love neuroscience, I love academia, my patients (but not their insurance company), my students, MATLAB, and maybe even Reviewer 2.

Just wanted to balance the seemingly-opposing viewpoints that seem to be all over Twitter.

RT @fermatslibrary
Mathematics is the only field of human knowledge in which you have thousands of billions of clues for a prediction and it's still not enough to accept it as a valid theory.

I had wondered the same, how to make tweets appear in simple chronological order, not rearranged to drive engagement. Here’s how:
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RT @elonmusk
Very important to fix your Twitter feed:

1. Tap home button.
2. Tap stars on upper right of screen.
3. Select “Latest tweets”.

You are being manipulated by the algorithm in ways you don’t realize.

Easy to switch back & forth to see the difference.
twitter.com/elonmusk/status/15

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