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fMRI Replicability Depends Upon Sufficient Individual-Level Data


fMRI Replicability Depends Upon Sufficient Individual-Level Data

Derek Evan Nee. Commun Biol.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1
Replicability estimates at n = 16. Metrics correspond to those used in Turner et al.. Jaccard Overlaps were calculated using conservative thresholds comparable to those reported in Turner et al.. Error bands represent one standard error of the mean
Fig. 2
Fig. 2
Replicability estimates at n = 23. Other details match Fig. 1

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