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  1. Canalization and plasticity in psychopathology
  2. When do bursts matter in the primary motor cortex? Investigating changes in the intermittencies of beta rhythms associated with movement states
  3. Dynamic causal modelling shows a prominent role of local inhibition in alpha power modulation in higher visual cortex
  4. Resilience and active inference
  5. Disorganization of Semantic Brain Networks in Schizophrenia Revealed by fMRI
  6. Neurophysiological consequences of synapse loss in progressive supranuclear palsy
  7. The ultimate trick?
  8. GeoSPM: Geostatistical parametric mapping for medicine
  9. A 12-month projection to September 2022 of the COVID-19 epidemic in the UK using a dynamic causal model
  10. Structure learning enhances concept formation in synthetic Active Inference agents
  11. Neural Networks special issue on Artificial Intelligence and Brain Science
  12. In vitro neurons learn and exhibit sentience when embodied in a simulated game-world
  13. Neural Mechanisms and Psychology of Psychedelic Ego Dissolution
  14. In the Body’s Eye: The computational anatomy of interoceptive inference
  15. Computational psychiatry: from synapses to sentience
  16. The Active Bayesian Brain and the Rorschach Task
  17. Reply to ‘Towards a cross-cultural framework for predictive coding of music’
  18. Reclaiming saliency: Rhythmic precision-modulated action and perception
  19. Enhanced top-down sensorimotor processing in somatic anxiety
  20. Dynamic causal modelling of COVID-19 and its mitigations
  21. Metastable oscillatory modes emerge from synchronization in the brain spacetime connectome
  22. Very particular: Comment on “How particular is the physics of the free energy principle?”
  23. Therapeutic Alliance as Active Inference: The Role of Therapeutic Touch and Biobehavioural Synchrony in Musculoskeletal Care
  24. Augmenting Human Selves Through Artificial Agents – Lessons From the Brain
  25. An insula hierarchical network architecture for active interoceptive inference
  26. An Active Inference Account of Touch and Verbal Communication in Therapy
  27. Emergence of associative learning in a neuromorphic inference network
  28. Directed coupling in multi-brain networks underlies generalized synchrony during social exchange
  29. I overthink—Therefore I am not: An active inference account of altered sense of self and agency in depersonalisation disorder
  30. A free energy principle for generic quantum systems
  31. Aberrant temporal–spatial complexity of intrinsic fluctuations in major depression
  32. Integrating Evolutionary, Cultural, and Computational Psychiatry: A Multilevel Systemic Approach
  33. A step-by-step tutorial on active inference and its application to empirical data
  34. Stress and its sequelae: An active inference account of the etiological pathway from allostatic overload to depression
  35. Music in the brain
  36. Bayesian Brains and the Rényi Divergence
  37. From Generative Models to Generative Passages: A Computational Approach to (Neuro) Phenomenology
  38. How Active Inference Could Help Revolutionise Robotics
  39. Open science communication: The first year of the UK's Independent Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies
  40. Bayesian data assimilation for estimating instantaneous reproduction numbers during epidemics: Applications to COVID-19
  41. Estimating anisotropy directly via neural timeseries
  42. Osteopathic Care as (En)active Inference: A Theoretical Framework for Developing an Integrative Hypothesis in Osteopathy
  43. Therapeutic Alliance as Active Inference: The Role of Therapeutic Touch and Synchrony
  44. Brain information processing capacity modeling
  45. Synthetic Spatial Foraging With Active Inference in a Geocaching Task
  46. AI ethics in computational psychiatry: From the neuroscience of consciousness to the ethics of consciousness
  47. Canonical neural networks perform active inference
  48. Computational Modeling of Electroencephalography and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Paradigms Indicates a Consistent Loss of Pyramidal Cell Synaptic Gain in Schizophrenia
  49. Geometric methods for sampling, optimization, inference, and adaptive agents
  50. Maps and territories, smoke, and mirrors
  51. The evolution of brain architectures for predictive coding and active inference
  52. Bayesian mechanics for stationary processes
  53. Active inference, selective attention, and the cocktail party problem
  54. World model learning and inference
  55. The gut microbiome as a biomarker of differential susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2
  56. fMRI Evidence for Default Mode Network Deactivation Associated with Rapid Eye Movements in Sleep
  57. An active inference account of protective behaviours during the COVID-19 pandemic
  58. Trust as Extended Control: Human-Machine Interactions as Active Inference
  59. Altered effective connectivity in sensorimotor cortices is a signature of severity and clinical course in depression
  60. Neural Mechanisms and Psychology of Psychedelic Ego Dissolution
  61. Stochastic Chaos and Markov Blankets
  62. Decision Models and Technology Can Help Psychiatry Develop Biomarkers
  63. The Predictive Brain Must Have a Limitation in Short-Term Memory Capacity
  64. Adiabatic dynamic causal modelling
  65. Musicianship and melodic predictability enhance neural gain in auditory cortex during pitch deviance detection
  66. A Drive towards Thermodynamic Efficiency for Dissipative Structures in Chemical Reaction Networks
  67. Towards a computational phenomenology of mental action: modelling meta-awareness and attentional control with deep parametric active inference
  68. Memory and Markov Blankets
  69. Some Interesting Observations on the Free Energy Principle
  70. What Might Interoceptive Inference Reveal about Consciousness?
  71. Rendering neuronal state equations compatible with the principle of stationary action
  72. Author Correction: Dynamic causal modelling of immune heterogeneity
  73. Model-based prediction of muscarinic receptor function from auditory mismatch negativity responses
  74. Everything is connected: Inference and attractors in delusions
  75. A Variational Approach to Scripts
  76. Active Inferants: An Active Inference Framework for Ant Colony Behavior
  77. Markov blankets in the brain
  78. Dynamic causal modelling of immune heterogeneity
  79. Microstructural plasticity in nociceptive pathways after spinal cord injury
  80. Cancer Niches and Their Kikuchi Free Energy
  81. Immunoceptive inference: why are psychiatric disorders and immune responses intertwined?
  82. Neural Correlates of Hand–Object Congruency Effects during Action Planning
  83. Blood Oxygenation Level-Dependent Response to Multiple Grip Forces in Multiple Sclerosis: Going Beyond the Main Effect of Movement in Brodmann Area 4a and 4p
  84. Neural Systems Under Change of Scale
  85. Generative Models for Active Vision
  86. Neural Dynamics under Active Inference: Plausibility and Efficiency of Information Processing
  87. Simulating lesion-dependent functional recovery mechanisms
  88. Updating beliefs beyond the here-and-now: the counter-factual self in anosognosia for hemiplegia
  89. Second waves, social distancing, and the spread of COVID-19 across the USA
  90. GABAergic cortical network physiology in frontotemporal lobar degeneration
  91. The computational neurology of movement under active inference
  92. Natural language syntax complies with the free-energy principle
  93. Transcriptome-wide association study reveals two genes that influence mismatch negativity
  94. Active Inference: Demystified and Compared
  95. Sophisticated Inference
  96. Seven computations of the social brain
  97. Examining the Continuity between Life and Mind: Is There a Continuity between Autopoietic Intentionality and Representationality?
  98. Testing and tracking in the UK: A dynamic causal modelling study
  99. Second waves, social distancing, and the spread of COVID-19 across the USA
  100. Embodied skillful performance: where the action is
  101. Viral mutation, contact rates and testing: a DCM study of fluctuations
  102. Computational modelling of EEG and fMRI paradigms reveals a consistent loss of pyramidal cell synaptic gain in schizophrenia
  103. Representation Wars: Enacting an Armistice Through Active Inference
  104. How vaccination and contact isolation might interact to suppress transmission of Covid-19: a DCM study
  105. Neural and phenotypic representation under the free-energy principle
  106. Parcels and particles: Markov blankets in the brain
  107. Why Depressed Mood is Adaptive: A Numerical Proof of Principle for an Evolutionary Systems Theory of Depression
  108. Extended active inference: Constructing predictive cognition beyond skulls
  109. Active inference on discrete state-spaces: A synthesis
  110. Bayesian Dysconnections
  111. Neural diffusivity and pre-emptive epileptic seizure intervention
  112. ‘Dark matter’, second waves and epidemiological modelling
  113. Deeply Felt Affect: The Emergence of Valence in Deep Active Inference
  114. Brief Mindfulness Meditation Induces Gray Matter Changes in a Brain Hub
  115. Minds and Brains, Sleep and Psychiatry
  116. Difficulties with Speech-in-Noise Perception Related to Fundamental Grouping Processes in Auditory Cortex
  117. Object recognition is enabled by an experience-dependent appraisal of visual features in the brain’s value system
  118. Generative models, linguistic communication and active inference
  119. Cortical beta oscillations reflect the contextual gating of visual action feedback
  120. The UK needs a sustainable strategy for COVID-19
  121. Future climates: Markov blankets and active inference in the biosphere
  122. Deep Active Inference and Scene Construction
  123. Neuromodulatory Control and Language Recovery in Bilingual Aphasia: An Active Inference Approach
  124. BOLD response to multiple grip forces in MS: going beyond the main effect of movement in BA 4a and BA 4p
  125. The neurophysiological architecture of semantic dementia: spectral dynamic causal modelling of a neurodegenerative proteinopathy
  126. Effective immunity and second waves: a dynamic causal modelling study
  127. Reverse-Engineering Neural Networks to Characterize Their Cost Functions
  128. A Bayesian Account of Generalist and Specialist Formation Under the Active Inference Framework
  129. Prediction and memory: A predictive coding account
  130. Controlled Optimism: Reply to Sun and Firestone on the Dark Room Problem
  131. Effective immunity and second waves: a dynamic causal modelling study
  132. Recent advances in the application of predictive coding and active inference models within clinical neuroscience
  133. Is the Free-Energy Principle a Formal Theory of Semantics? From Variational Density Dynamics to Neural and Phenotypic Representations
  134. Dynamic causal modelling of COVID-19
  135. Brain circuits signaling the absence of emotion in body language
  136. Comparing dynamic causal models of neurovascular coupling with fMRI and EEG/MEG
  137. All grown up: Computational theories of psychosis, complexity, and progress.
  138. Erratum to ‘Dynamic effective connectivity’ [Neuroimage, 207 (2020) 116453]
  139. Cognition coming about: Self-organisation and free-energy
  140. Uncoupling Sensation and Perception in Human Time Processing
  141. Integrating variational approaches to pattern formation into a deeper physics
  142. Testing and tracking in the UK: A dynamic causal modelling study
  143. Degeneracy and Redundancy in Active Inference
  144. All Thinking is ‘Wishful’ Thinking
  145. What kind of explanation is the constructing and coasting strategy?
  146. Hemodynamic latency is associated with reduced intelligence across the lifespan: an fMRI DCM study of aging, cerebrovascular integrity, and cognitive ability
  147. Second waves, social distancing, and the spread of COVID-19 across America
  148. Sedation Modulates Frontotemporal Predictive Coding Circuits and the Double Surprise Acceleration Effect
  149. An Active Inference Approach to Modeling Structure Learning: Concept Learning as an Example Case
  150. Modules or Mean-Fields?
  151. Dynamic causal modelling of COVID-19
  152. Estimating required ‘lockdown’ cycles before immunity to SARS-CoV-2: model-based analyses of susceptible population sizes, ‘S0’, in seven European countries, including the UK and Ireland
  153. Conservation laws by virtue of scale symmetries in neural systems
  154. Bayesian fusion and multimodal DCM for EEG and fMRI
  155. Active listening
  156. Sentience and the Origins of Consciousness: From Cartesian Duality to Markovian Monism
  157. Changes in the Effective Connectivity of the Social Brain When Making Inferences About Close Others vs. the Self
  158. An Investigation of the Free Energy Principle for Emotion Recognition
  159. Distinct neural contributions to metacognition for detecting, but not discriminating visual stimuli
  160. Long-Term Physical Exercise and Mindfulness Practice in an Aging Population
  161. A World Unto Itself: Human Communication as Active Inference
  162. Active Listening
  163. Active inference under visuo-proprioceptive conflict: Simulation and empirical results
  164. Dynamic causal modelling of phase-amplitude interactions
  165. The effect of global signal regression on DCM estimates of noise and effective connectivity from resting state fMRI
  166. Variability in Action Selection Relates to Striatal Dopamine 2/3 Receptor Availability in Humans: A PET Neuroimaging Study Using Reinforcement Learning and Active Inference Models
  167. Active inference, stressors, and psychological trauma: A neuroethological model of (mal)adaptive explore-exploit dynamics in ecological context
  168. On Markov blankets and hierarchical self-organisation
  169. Dynamic effective connectivity
  170. TTOM in action: Refining the variational approach to cognition and culture
  171. Representation and agency
  172. Sophisticated Affective Inference: Simulating Anticipatory Affective Dynamics of Imagining Future Events
  173. Paradoxical lesions, plasticity and active inference
  174. Asymmetric high-order anatomical brain connectivity sculpts effective connectivity
  175. Markov blankets, information geometry and stochastic thermodynamics
  176. Simulating Emotions: An Active Inference Model of Emotional State Inference and Emotion Concept Learning
  177. Brain network analyses in clinical neuroscience
  178. Bayesian Filtering with Multiple Internal Models: Toward a Theory of Social Intelligence
  179. MRI in traumatic spinal cord injury: from clinical assessment to neuroimaging biomarkers
  180. Neurocomputational mechanisms underlying emotional awareness: Insights afforded by deep active inference and their potential clinical relevance
  181. Variational ecology and the physics of sentient systems
  182. The hierarchically mechanistic mind: A free-energy formulation of the human psyche
  183. Top‐down versus bottom‐up attention differentially modulate frontal–parietal connectivity
  184. Variational representational similarity analysis
  185. Structure learning in coupled dynamical systems and dynamic causal modelling
  186. Difficulties with speech-in-noise perception related to fundamental grouping processes in auditory cortex
  187. Human hippocampal theta oscillations reflect sequential dependencies during spatial planning
  188. Attentional Modulation of Vision Versus Proprioception During Action
  189. Waves of prediction
  190. Correction: A unifying Bayesian account of contextual effects in value-based choice
  191. There’s no such thing as a ‘true’ model: the challenge of assessing face validity*
  192. A guide to group effective connectivity analysis, part 1: First level analysis with DCM for fMRI
  193. A guide to group effective connectivity analysis, part 2: Second level analysis with PEB
  195. Attention or salience?
  196. Passive motion and active inference
  197. Generalised free energy and active inference
  198. Introducing a Bayesian model of selective attention based on active inference
  199. Reframing PTSD for computational psychiatry with the active inference framework
  200. Dynamics versus dualism
  201. Caching mechanisms for habit formation in Active Inference
  202. Hallucinations both in and out of context: An active inference account
  203. A tale of two densities: active inference is enactive inference
  204. Prefrontal Computation as Active Inference
  205. With an eye on uncertainty: Modelling pupillary responses to environmental volatility
  206. Interictal discharges spread along local recurrent networks between tubers and surrounding cortex
  207. Modeling subjective belief states in computational psychiatry: interoceptive inference as a candidate framework
  208. REBUS and the Anarchic Brain: Toward a Unified Model of the Brain Action of Psychedelics
  209. Oscillatory, Computational, and Behavioral Evidence for Impaired GABAergic Inhibition in Schizophrenia
  210. Deep brain stimulation has state-dependent effects on motor connectivity in Parkinson’s disease
  211. Action-Dependent Processing of Touch in the Human Parietal Operculum and Posterior Insula
  212. Dynamic Causal Modelling of Active Vision
  213. Morphogenesis as Bayesian inference: A variational approach to pattern formation and control in complex biological systems
  214. The role of the hippocampus in weighting expectations during inference under uncertainty
  215. Thalamocortical dynamics underlying spontaneous transitions in beta power in Parkinsonism
  216. Thinking Through Other Minds: A Variational Approach to Cognition and Culture
  217. The hierarchically mechanistic mind: an evolutionary systems theory of the human brain, cognition, and behavior
  218. Computational mechanisms of curiosity and goal-directed exploration
  219. The effect of global signal regression on DCM estimates of noise and effective connectivity from resting state fMRI
  220. Entorhinal transformations in abstract frames of reference
  221. Excitatory versus inhibitory feedback in Bayesian formulations of scene construction
  222. The emergence of synchrony in networks of mutually inferring neurons
  223. The computational pharmacology of oculomotion
  224. Dynamic causal modelling of fluctuating connectivity in resting-state EEG
  225. Regimes of Expectations: An Active Inference Model of Social Conformity and Human Decision Making
  226. Dynamic Causal Modeling of the Relationship between Cognition and Theta–alpha Oscillations in Adults with Down Syndrome
  227. Using resting-state DMN effective connectivity to characterize the neurofunctional architecture of empathy
  228. Multiscale integration: beyond internalism and externalism
  229. Neuronal message passing using Mean-field, Bethe, and Marginal approximations
  230. Hallucinations both in and out of context: An Active Inference Account
  231. Impulsivity and Active Inference
  232. Selective Prefrontal Disinhibition in a Roving Auditory Oddball Paradigm Under N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Blockade
  233. Effective connectivity changes in LSD-induced altered states of consciousness in humans
  234. Optimizing Data for Modeling Neuronal Responses
  235. I See Your Effort: Force-Related BOLD Effects in an Extended Action Execution–Observation Network Involving the Cerebellum
  236. Locus Coeruleus tracking of prediction errors optimises cognitive flexibility: An Active Inference model
  237. Perceptual awareness and active inference
  238. A Multi-scale View of the Emergent Complexity of Life: A Free-Energy Proposal
  239. The value of uncertainty: An active inference perspective
  240. Distinct modes of functional connectivity induced by movie-watching
  241. Predictive Processes and the Peculiar Case of Music
  242. The Projective Consciousness Model and Phenomenal Selfhood
  243. Corrigendum: Rapid Eye Movements in Sleep Furnish a Unique Probe Into Consciousness
  244. Recovery after stroke: not so proportional after all?
  245. Structural and effective brain connectivity underlying biological motion detection
  246. Active Inference and Auditory Hallucinations
  247. Variability and reliability of effective connectivity within the core default mode network: A multi-site longitudinal spectral DCM study
  248. Publisher Correction: Does Predictive coding have a future?
  249. Author response: Progressive neurodegeneration following spinal cord injury: Implications for clinical trials
  250. In vitro neural networks minimise variational free energy
  251. The Anatomy of Inference: Generative Models and Brain Structure
  252. Generic dynamic causal modelling: An illustrative application to Parkinson's disease
  253. Rapid Eye Movements in Sleep Furnish a Unique Probe Into Consciousness
  254. Linking structural and effective brain connectivity: structurally informed Parametric Empirical Bayes (si-PEB)
  255. A Bayesian Account of Psychopathy: A Model of Lacks Remorse and Self-Aggrandizing
  256. Effective connectivity inferred from fMRI transition dynamics during movie viewing points to a balanced reconfiguration of cortical interactions
  257. Free-energy minimization in joint agent-environment systems: A niche construction perspective
  258. Dynamic effective connectivity in resting state fMRI
  259. NMDA-receptor antibodies alter cortical microcircuit dynamics
  260. Precision and False Perceptual Inference
  261. Computational mechanisms of curiosity and goal-directed exploration
  262. The Discrete and Continuous Brain: From Decisions to Movement—And Back Again
  263. Active Inference in OpenAI Gym: A Paradigm for Computational Investigations Into Psychiatric Illness
  264. Not All Predictions Are Equal: “What” and “When” Predictions Modulate Activity in Auditory Cortex through Different Mechanisms
  265. Calcium imaging and dynamic causal modelling reveal brain-wide changes in effective connectivity and synaptic dynamics during epileptic seizures
  266. Does predictive coding have a future?
  267. Deep temporal models and active inference
  268. Interoceptive inference: From computational neuroscience to clinic
  269. Knowing when to stop: Aberrant precision and evidence accumulation in schizophrenia
  270. A validation of dynamic causal modelling for 7T fMRI
  271. A brain network model for depression: From symptom understanding to disease intervention
  272. Accurate modeling of temporal correlations in rapidly sampled fMRI time series
  273. ‘Seeing the Dark’: Grounding Phenomenal Transparency and Opacity in Precision Estimation for Active Inference
  274. F245. Hallucinations and Self-Generated Imprecision: A Markov Decision Process Model of Auditory Hallucinations
  275. Ion channels in EEG: isolating channel dysfunction in NMDA receptor antibody encephalitis
  276. Am I Self-Conscious? (Or Does Self-Organization Entail Self-Consciousness?)
  277. Dynamic causal modelling of fluctuating connectivity in resting-state EEG
  278. Intrinsic and extrinsic motivators of attachment under active inference
  279. Active Inference and Cognitive Consistency
  280. Hierarchical Active Inference: A Theory of Motivated Control
  281. A variational approach to niche construction
  282. Effective connectivity during working memory and resting states: A DCM study
  283. Planning and navigation as active inference
  284. The Active Inference Approach to Ecological Perception: General Information Dynamics for Natural and Artificial Embodied Cognition
  285. Progressive neurodegeneration following spinal cord injury
  286. Variability and reliability of effective connectivity within the core default mode network: A longitudinal spectral DCM study
  287. Active inference and the anatomy of oculomotion
  288. Answering Schrödinger's question: A free-energy formulation
  289. Investigating the relationship between cardiac interoception and autonomic cardiac control using a predictive coding framework
  290. Variational neuroethology: Answering further questions
  291. What is mood? A computational perspective
  292. Computational Neuropsychology and Bayesian Inference
  293. MULAN: Evaluation and ensemble statistical inference for functional connectivity
  294. Human visual exploration reduces uncertainty about the sensed world
  295. Active Inference, Novelty and Neglect
  296. The Markov blankets of life: autonomy, active inference and the free energy principle
  297. Altered intrinsic and extrinsic connectivity in schizophrenia
  298. Waking and Dreaming Consciousness: Neurobiological and Functional Considerations
  299. Measurement of the mapping between intracranial EEG and fMRI recordings in the human brain
  300. The perceptual shaping of anticipatory actions
  301. Correction: Sequential inference as a mode of cognition and its correlates in fronto-parietal and hippocampal brain regions
  302. Task relevance modulates the behavioural and neural effects of sensory predictions
  303. The graphical brain: Belief propagation and active inference
  304. The Computational Anatomy of Visual Neglect
  305. Uncertainty, epistemics and active inference
  306. The Hierarchical Organization of the Default, Dorsal Attention and Salience Networks in Adolescents and Young Adults
  307. Working memory, attention, and salience in active inference
  308. Analysis of family‐wise error rates in statistical parametric mapping using random field theory
  309. Neurophysiologically-informed markers of individual variability and pharmacological manipulation of human cortical gamma
  310. Precision Psychiatry
  311. A Factor Graph Description of Deep Temporal Active Inference
  312. A unifying Bayesian account of contextual effects in value-based choice
  313. Computational Nosology and Precision Psychiatry
  314. Active Inference, Curiosity and Insight
  315. Editorial: Self-Organization in the Nervous System
  316. A mathematical model of embodied consciousness
  317. Uncertainty and stress: Why it causes diseases and how it is mastered by the brain
  318. The active construction of the visual world
  319. Uncovering the underlying mechanisms and whole-brain dynamics of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease
  320. Dynamic causal modeling in PTSD and its dissociative subtype: Bottom-up versus top-down processing within fear and emotion regulation circuitry
  321. Hierarchical Dynamic Causal Modeling of Resting-State fMRI Reveals Longitudinal Changes in Effective Connectivity in the Motor System after Thalamotomy for Essential Tremor
  322. Distinct Top-down and Bottom-up Brain Connectivity During Visual Perception and Imagery
  323. Imaging and dynamic causal modelling reveal brain-wide changes in effective connectivity and synaptic dynamics during epileptic seizures
  324. NMDA-receptor antibodies alter cortical microcircuit dynamics
  325. On the importance of modeling fMRI transients when estimating effective connectivity: A dynamic causal modeling study using ASL data
  326. Regression DCM for fMRI
  327. The Emperor's new topology
  328. The Cumulative Effects of Predictability on Synaptic Gain in the Auditory Processing Stream
  329. Deep temporal models and active inference
  330. Expectation violation and attention to pain jointly modulate neural gain in somatosensory cortex
  331. Predicting green: really radical (plant) predictive processing
  332. Large-scale DCMs for resting state fMRI
  333. Sequential inference as a mode of cognition and its correlates in fronto-parietal and hippocampal brain regions
  334. How doctors diagnose diseases and prescribe treatments: an fMRI study of diagnostic salience
  335. NMDA receptor blockade causes selective prefrontal disinhibition in a roving auditory oddball paradigm
  336. Action perception as hypothesis testing
  337. Clinical Applications of Stochastic Dynamic Models of the Brain, Part I: A Primer
  338. Clinical Applications of Stochastic Dynamic Models of the Brain, Part II: A Review
  339. Editorial: Mapping Psychopathology with fMRI and Effective Connectivity Analysis
  340. Abnormal frontoparietal synaptic gain mediating the P300 in patients with psychotic disorder and their unaffected relatives
  341. The functional architectures of addition and subtraction: Network discovery using fMRI and DCM
  342. A Goal-Directed Bayesian Framework for Categorization
  343. Embodiment and Schizophrenia: A Review of Implications and Applications
  344. The Depressed Brain: An Evolutionary Systems Theory
  345. Erratum: Corrigendum: Perceptual learning to discriminate the intensity and spatial location of nociceptive stimuli
  346. Cerebellar lobules and dentate nuclei mirror cortical force-related-BOLD responses: Beyond all (linear) expectations
  347. Working Memory Modulation of Frontoparietal Network Connectivity in First-Episode Schizophrenia
  348. Abnormal Effective Connectivity in the Brain is Involved in Auditory Verbal Hallucinations in Schizophrenia
  349. Dynamic causal modelling of seizure activity in a rat model
  350. Dynamic causal modelling revisited
  351. Linking canonical microcircuits and neuronal activity: Dynamic causal modelling of laminar recordings
  352. The Neural Representation of Prospective Choice during Spatial Planning and Decisions
  353. Is predictability salient? A study of attentional capture by auditory patterns
  354. Self-evidencing babies: Commentary on “Mentalizing homeostasis: The social origins of interoceptive inference” by Fotopoulou & Tsakiris
  355. Active Inference: A Process Theory
  356. Hierarchical disruption in the Bayesian brain: Focal epilepsy and brain networks
  357. The Variational Principles of Action
  358. Coupling Realistic Computational Neural Model and Human Experimental Data: the Cerebellar Role in Eye Blink Conditioning and its Alteration due to Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  359. Dynamic Causal Modelling of Dynamic Dysfunction in NMDA-Receptor Antibody Encephalitis
  360. From cognitivism to autopoiesis: towards a computational framework for the embodied mind
  361. Stimulating at the right time: phase-specific deep brain stimulation
  362. Life and Understanding: The Origins of “Understanding” in Self-Organizing Nervous Systems
  363. Heritability of the Effective Connectivity in the Resting-State Default Mode Network
  364. An Integrative Tinnitus Model Based on Sensory Precision
  365. Perceptual learning to discriminate the intensity and spatial location of nociceptive stimuli
  366. Functional Connectivity of the Pedunculopontine Nucleus and Surrounding Region in Parkinson's Disease
  367. Active interoceptive inference and the emotional brain
  368. Bayesian Modelling of Induced Responses and Neuronal Rhythms
  369. The dysconnection hypothesis (2016)
  370. Bridging the Gap: Dynamic Causal Modeling and Granger Causality Analysis of Resting State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  371. Prediction, precision, and context: dynamic causal modelling of MEG and ECoG
  372. The Unconscious
  373. Neural Signatures of Value Comparison in Human Cingulate Cortex during Decisions Requiring an Effort-Reward Trade-off
  374. Intersubject variability and induced gamma in the visual cortex: DCM with empirical Bayes and neural fields
  375. Active Inference and Learning in the Cerebellum
  376. Active inference and learning
  377. Dynamic causal modeling of touch-evoked potentials in the rubber hand illusion
  378. Active inference and robot control: a case study
  379. Discovering the Social Mind
  380. Neural processes mediating contextual influences on human choice behaviour
  381. Quantification of degeneracy in Hodgkin–Huxley neurons on Newman–Watts small world network
  382. Neural signatures of value comparison in human cingulate cortex during decisions requiring an effort-reward trade-off
  383. The Bayesian Savant
  384. The Functional Anatomy of Time: What and When in the Brain
  385. Repetition suppression and its contextual determinants in predictive coding
  386. Computational Phenotyping in Psychiatry: A Worked Example
  387. A Bayesian model of context-sensitive value attribution
  388. Scene Construction, Visual Foraging, and Active Inference
  389. Computational modelling of movement-related beta-oscillatory dynamics in human motor cortex
  390. Corrigendum to ‘Optimal inference with suboptimal models: Addiction and active Bayesian inference’ [Med. Hypotheses 84 (2015) 109–117]
  391. Computational neuroimaging strategies for single patient predictions
  392. Corrigendum
  393. Mapping Smoking Addiction Using Effective Connectivity Analysis
  394. The Connected Brain: Causality, models, and intrinsic dynamics
  395. Dynamic causal modelling of eye movements during pursuit: Confirming precision-encoding in V1 using MEG
  396. Embodied neurology: an integrative framework for neurological disorders
  397. Towards a Neuronal Gauge Theory
  398. Bayesian model reduction and empirical Bayes for group (DCM) studies
  399. Resting-State Coupling between Core Regions within the Central-Executive and Salience Networks Contributes to Working Memory Performance
  400. Correction for Riedl et al., Metabolic connectivity mapping reveals effective connectivity in the resting human brain
  401. Anterior insula coordinates hierarchical processing of tactile mismatch responses
  402. Brain responses in humans reveal ideal observer-like sensitivity to complex acoustic patterns
  403. Charting the landscape of priority problems in psychiatry, part 1: classification and diagnosis
  404. Charting the landscape of priority problems in psychiatry, part 2: pathogenesis and aetiology
  405. Profiling neuronal ion channelopathies with non-invasive brain imaging and dynamic causal models: Case studies of single gene mutations
  406. The mixed serotonin receptor agonist psilocybin reduces threat-induced modulation of amygdala connectivity
  407. Dynamic causal modelling of electrographic seizure activity using Bayesian belief updating
  408. Gradient-based MCMC samplers for dynamic causal modelling
  409. Brain Computations in Schizophrenia
  410. Dynamic Causal Modeling of Brain Responses
  411. Perception, as you make it
  412. Metabolic connectivity mapping reveals effective connectivity in the resting human brain
  413. Empirical Bayes for Group (DCM) Studies: A Reproducibility Study
  414. Empirical Bayes for DCM: A Group Inversion Scheme
  415. Evidence for surprise minimization over value maximization in choice behavior
  416. Dopamine, reward learning, and active inference
  417. A Duet for one
  418. Active Inference, homeostatic regulation and adaptive behavioural control
  419. Estimating anatomical trajectories with Bayesian mixed-effects modeling
  420. Physiologically informed dynamic causal modeling of fMRI data
  421. Impaired prefrontal synaptic gain in people with psychosis and their relatives during the mismatch negativity
  422. Taming the shrewdness of neural function: methodological challenges in computational psychiatry
  423. Differential involvement of cortical and cerebellar areas using dominant and nondominant hands: An FMRI study
  424. A more precise look at context in autism
  425. Estimating Directed Connectivity from Cortical Recordings and Reconstructed Sources
  426. Characterising seizures in anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis with dynamic causal modelling
  427. Cortical Coupling Reflects Bayesian Belief Updating in the Deployment of Spatial Attention
  428. Test-retest reliability of dynamic causal modeling for fMRI
  429. The role of interoceptive inference in theory of mind
  430. Neuroticism and conscientiousness respectively constrain and facilitate short-term plasticity within the working memory neural network
  431. Active inference, communication and hermeneutics
  432. Response to commentaries: From complexity to epistemic emotions
  433. Autonomic and brain responses associated with empathy deficits in autism spectrum disorder
  434. Dynamic causal modelling for functional near-infrared spectroscopy
  435. Gradient-free MCMC methods for dynamic causal modelling
  436. Simultaneous learning and filtering without delusions: a Bayes-optimal combination of Predictive Inference and Adaptive Filtering
  437. Complex motor task associated with non-linear BOLD responses in cerebro-cortical areas and cerebellum
  438. Disrupted Effective Connectivity of Cortical Systems Supporting Attention and Interoception in Melancholia
  439. LFP and oscillations—what do they tell us?
  440. Cerebral hierarchies: predictive processing, precision and the pulvinar
  441. Knowing one's place: a free-energy approach to pattern regulation
  442. Active inference and epistemic value
  443. A DCM study of spectral asymmetries in feedforward and feedback connections between visual areas V1 and V4 in the monkey
  444. Active inference and oculomotor pursuit: The dynamic causal modelling of eye movements
  445. Sensory Processing and the Rubber Hand Illusion—An Evoked Potentials Study
  446. Active Inference, Evidence Accumulation, and the Urn Task
  447. Construct validation of a DCM for resting state fMRI
  448. Optimal inference with suboptimal models: Addiction and active Bayesian inference
  449. Precision and neuronal dynamics in the human posterior parietal cortex during evidence accumulation
  450. Tracking slow modulations in synaptic gain using dynamic causal modelling: Validation in epilepsy
  451. Basal ganglia-cortical structural connectivity in Huntington's disease
  452. Attentional Enhancement of Auditory Mismatch Responses: a DCM/MEG Study
  453. Introduction to Methods and Modeling
  454. Active inference and cognitive-emotional interactions in the brain
  455. Active Inference, Predictive Coding and Cortical Architecture
  456. Brain Informatics and Health
  457. Inferring Effective Connectivity from fMRI Data
  458. Topological Inference
  459. A systematic framework for functional connectivity measures
  460. Attentional Modulation of Alpha/Beta and Gamma Oscillations Reflect Functionally Distinct Processes
  461. Cholinergic Stimulation Enhances Bayesian Belief Updating in the Deployment of Spatial Attention
  462. Uncertainty in perception and the Hierarchical Gaussian Filter
  463. Neural masses and fields: modeling the dynamics of brain activity
  464. Autism, oxytocin and interoception
  465. Granger causality revisited
  466. Subcortical amygdala pathways enable rapid face processing
  467. Virtual reality and consciousness inference in dreaming
  468. On nodes and modes in resting state fMRI
  469. The anatomy of choice: dopamine and decision-making
  470. Dopamine, Salience, and Response Set Shifting in Prefrontal Cortex
  471. Effective connectivity during animacy perception – dynamic causal modelling of Human Connectome Project data
  472. Efficient gradient computation for dynamical models
  473. The functional anatomy of schizophrenia: A dynamic causal modeling study of predictive coding
  474. Loss of sensory attenuation in patients with functional (psychogenic) movement disorders
  475. Active inference, eye movements and oculomotor delays
  476. Predictions, perception, and a sense of self
  477. Losing Control Under Ketamine: Suppressed Cortico-Hippocampal Drive Following Acute Ketamine in Rats
  478. The Dopaminergic Midbrain Encodes the Expected Certainty about Desired Outcomes
  479. On the modelling of seizure dynamics
  481. Attention, predictions and expectations, and their violation: attentional control in the human brain
  482. A DCM for resting state fMRI
  483. Computational psychiatry: the brain as a phantastic organ
  484. Model averaging, optimal inference, and habit formation
  485. A Standardized [18F]-FDG-PET Template for Spatial Normalization in Statistical Parametric Mapping of Dementia
  486. Dysconnectivity Within the Default Mode in First-Episode Schizophrenia: A Stochastic Dynamic Causal Modeling Study With Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  487. Methylphenidate and brain activity in a reward/conflict paradigm: Role of the insula in task performance
  488. Impaired Frontal-Basal Ganglia Connectivity in Adolescents with Internet Addiction
  489. An aberrant precision account of autism
  490. Contrast gain control and horizontal interactions in V1: A DCM study
  491. Re-thinking the role of motor cortex: Context-sensitive motor outputs?
  492. Local Activity Determines Functional Connectivity in the Resting Human Brain: A Simultaneous FDG-PET/fMRI Study
  493. Network Interactions Explain Sensitivity to Dynamic Faces in the Superior Temporal Sulcus
  494. Active inference and agency
  495. Surprise beyond prediction error
  496. Effective Connectivity Reveals Right-Hemisphere Dominance in Audiospatial Perception: Implications for Models of Spatial Neglect
  498. Bayesian inferences about the self (and others): A review
  499. Cognitive Dynamics: From Attractors to Active Inference
  500. Relating the “mirrorness” of mirror neurons to their origins
  501. Self-Organization and Compositionality in Cognitive Brains [Further Thoughts]
  502. The Impact of Active Inference on Engineering [Further Thoughts]
  505. Critical Slowing and Perception
  506. A formal model of interpersonal inference
  507. A brain basis for musical hallucinations
  508. Resting EEG in psychosis and at-risk populations — A possible endophenotype?
  509. Spontaneous neuronal activity predicts intersubject variations in executive control of attention
  510. Resting state functional MRI in Parkinson's disease: the impact of deep brain stimulation on 'effective' connectivity
  511. The Brain Ages Optimally to Model Its Environment: Evidence from Sensory Learning over the Adult Lifespan
  512. Modelling Effective Connectivity with Dynamic Causal Models
  513. Neural Fields, Masses and Bayesian Modelling
  514. Algorithmic procedures for Bayesian MEG/EEG source reconstruction in SPM
  515. Bayesian model selection for group studies — Revisited
  516. Keep focussing: striatal dopamine multiple functions resolved in a single mechanism tested in a simulated humanoid robot
  517. Gamma Oscillations and Neural Field DCMs Can Reveal Cortical Excitability and Microstructure
  518. Correction: A Neurocomputational Model of the Mismatch Negativity
  519. An improved algorithm for model-based analysis of evoked skin conductance responses
  520. Characterising reward outcome signals in sensory cortex
  521. Reflections on agranular architecture: predictive coding in the motor cortex
  522. A Neurocomputational Model of the Mismatch Negativity
  523. Sample size and the fallacies of classical inference
  524. Structural and Functional Brain Networks: From Connections to Cognition
  525. Top-Down Control of Visual Responses to Fear by the Amygdala
  526. The Challenge of Connecting the Dots in the B.R.A.I.N.
  527. Broadband Cortical Desynchronization Underlies the Human Psychedelic State
  528. MRI investigation of the sensorimotor cortex and the corticospinal tract after acute spinal cord injury: a prospective longitudinal study
  529. Working Memory and Anticipatory Set Modulate Midbrain and Putamen Activity
  530. Anterior insular cortex and emotional awareness
  531. Abnormalities in White Matter Microstructure Associated with Chronic Ketamine Use
  532. Early visual learning induces long-lasting connectivity changes during rest in the human brain
  533. Information and Efficiency in the Nervous System—A Synthesis
  534. Life as we know it
  535. A Treatment-Resistant Default Mode Subnetwork in Major Depression
  536. Model selection and gobbledygook: Response to Lohmann et al.
  537. Predicting IQ change from brain structure: A cross-validation study
  538. The role of prestimulus activity in visual extinction
  539. Active inference, sensory attenuation and illusions
  540. Active inference and free energy
  541. Free Energy, Precision and Learning: The Role of Cholinergic Neuromodulation
  542. Nonlinear coupling between occipital and motor cortex during motor imagery: A dynamic causal modeling study
  543. Network reconfiguration and working memory impairment in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
  544. Analysing connectivity with Granger causality and dynamic causal modelling
  545. Connexin Cell Communication Channels
  546. Set-level threshold-free tests on the intrinsic volumes of SPMs
  547. Network discovery with large DCMs
  548. Modelling Trial-by-Trial Changes in the Mismatch Negativity
  549. Basal ganglia–cortical interactions in Parkinsonian patients
  550. Dynamic causal modelling of lateral interactions in the visual cortex
  551. Spatial Attention, Precision, and Bayesian Inference: A Study of Saccadic Response Speed
  552. On hyperpriors and hypopriors: comment on Pellicano and Burr
  553. Convolution models for induced electromagnetic responses
  554. Anatomical connectivity and the resting state activity of large cortical networks
  555. An electrophysiological validation of stochastic DCM for fMRI
  556. Consciousness and Hierarchical Inference
  557. The Development of Autonomous Virtual Agents
  558. A Free Energy Formulation of Music Generation and Perception: Helmholtz Revisited
  559. Dysconnectivity in the Frontoparietal Attention Network in Schizophrenia
  560. Exploration, novelty, surprise, and free energy minimization
  561. Neural masses and fields in dynamic causal modeling
  562. On conductance-based neural field models
  563. The anatomy of choice: active inference and agency
  564. SmartData
  565. The functional anatomy of attention: a DCM study
  566. A Dynamic System for the Analysis of Acoustic Features and Valence of Aversive Sounds in the Human Brain
  567. The Computational Anatomy of Psychosis
  568. Therapeutic Subthalamic Nucleus Deep Brain Stimulation Reverses Cortico-Thalamic Coupling during Voluntary Movements in Parkinson's Disease
  569. Degeneration of the Injured Cervical Cord Is Associated with Remote Changes in Corticospinal Tract Integrity and Upper Limb Impairment
  570. Self-organisation, inference and cognition
  571. Action-Specific Value Signals in Reward-Related Regions of the Human Brain
  572. Predictions not commands: active inference in the motor system
  573. Canonical Microcircuits for Predictive Coding
  574. A Free Energy Principle for Biological Systems
  575. Smooth Pursuit and Visual Occlusion: Active Inference and Oculomotor Control in Schizophrenia
  576. Model-based analysis of skin conductance responses: Towards causal models in psychophysiology
  577. Features versus Feelings: Dissociable Representations of the Acoustic Features and Valence of Aversive Sounds
  578. What does functional MRI measure? Two complementary perspectives
  579. Dynamic causal modelling of precision and synaptic gain in visual perception — an EEG study
  580. Effects of motivation on reward and attentional networks: an fMRI study
  581. Predictive coding, precision and synchrony
  582. Computational modeling of perceptual inference: A hierarchical Bayesian approach that allows for individual and contextual differences in weighting of input
  583. Modeling Ketamine Effects on Synaptic Plasticity During the Mismatch Negativity
  584. Active inference and agency: optimal control without cost functions
  585. The history of the future of the Bayesian brain
  586. Stochastic dynamic causal modelling of fMRI data: Should we care about neural noise?
  587. Movement-Related Changes in Local and Long-Range Synchronization in Parkinson's Disease Revealed by Simultaneous Magnetoencephalography and Intracranial Recordings
  588. Deconstructing the Architecture of Dorsal and Ventral Attention Systems with Dynamic Causal Modeling
  589. Embodied inference and spatial cognition
  590. Waking and dreaming consciousness: Neurobiological and functional considerations
  591. Ten ironic rules for non-statistical reviewers
  592. Tracking Changes following Spinal Cord Injury: Insights from Neuroimaging
  593. Imaging the interaction: Epileptic discharges, working memory, and behavior
  594. Post-hoc selection of dynamic causal models
  595. Distributed processing; distributed functions?
  596. A Bayesian account of 'hysteria'
  597. Connectivity Changes Underlying Spectral EEG Changes during Propofol-Induced Loss of Consciousness
  598. Erratum: Computational psychiatry
  599. Axonal integrity predicts cortical reorganisation following cervical injury
  600. Competitive dynamics in the brain
  601. The problem of low variance voxels in statistical parametric mapping; a new hat avoids a ‘haircut’
  602. The influence of spontaneous activity on stimulus processing in primary visual cortex
  603. Parental substance abuse and function of the motivation and behavioral inhibition systems in drug-naïve youth
  604. Prediction, perception and agency
  605. Learning and Generalization under Ambiguity: An fMRI Study
  606. Dopamine, Affordance and Active Inference
  607. The danger of systematic bias in group-level FMRI-lag-based causality estimation
  608. Policies and Priors
  609. Perception and self-organized instability
  610. No evidence for a negative prediction error signal in peripheral indicators of sympathetic arousal
  611. Free Energy, Value, and Attractors
  612. Dynamic causal modeling with neural fields
  613. Decoding episodic memory in ageing: A Bayesian analysis of activity patterns predicting memory
  614. DCM for complex-valued data: Cross-spectra, coherence and phase-delays
  615. Computational psychiatry
  616. A dynamic causal model for evoked and induced responses
  617. Free-Energy and Illusions: The Cornsweet Effect
  618. What is value—accumulated reward or evidence?
  619. Free-Energy Minimization and the Dark-Room Problem
  620. Perceptions as Hypotheses: Saccades as Experiments
  621. Task-Dependent Modulation of Effective Connectivity within the Default Mode Network
  622. How Doctors Generate Diagnostic Hypotheses: A Study of Radiological Diagnosis with Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  623. Response to Comment on "Preserved Feedforward But Impaired Top-Down Processes in the Vegetative State"
  624. Optimizing Experimental Design for Comparing Models of Brain Function
  625. What Is Optimal about Motor Control?
  626. Effective Connectivity during Processing of Facial Affect: Evidence for Multiple Parallel Pathways
  627. Predictive Coding and Pitch Processing in the Auditory Cortex
  628. Slice-timing effects and their correction in functional MRI
  629. Generalised filtering and stochastic DCM for fMRI
  630. Effective connectivity: Influence, causality and biophysical modeling
  631. Dynamic causal modeling and Granger causality Comments on: The identification of interacting networks in the brain using fMRI: Model selection, causality and deconvolution
  632. Alterations in Brain Connectivity Underlying Beta Oscillations in Parkinsonism
  633. Dynamic Causal Models and Physiological Inference: A Validation Study Using Isoflurane Anaesthesia in Rodents
  634. Remote Effects of Hippocampal Sclerosis on Effective Connectivity during Working Memory Encoding: A Case of Connectional Diaschisis?
  635. An In Vivo Assay of Synaptic Function Mediating Human Cognition
  636. Post hoc Bayesian model selection
  637. Network discovery with DCM
  638. Modules and brain mapping
  639. Dynamic modeling of neuronal responses in fMRI using cubature Kalman filtering
  640. Controlling false positive rates in mass-multivariate tests for electromagnetic responses
  641. Disability, atrophy and cortical reorganization following spinal cord injury
  642. Bayesian state estimation using generalized coordinates
  643. Preserved Feedforward But Impaired Top-Down Processes in the Vegetative State
  644. Predictive Coding: A Free-Energy Formulation
  645. Ongoing Brain Activity Fluctuations Directly Account for Intertrial and Indirectly for Intersubject Variability in Stroop Task Performance
  646. Diffeomorphic registration using geodesic shooting and Gauss–Newton optimisation
  647. Consistent spectral predictors for dynamic causal models of steady-state responses
  648. Comparing the similarity and spatial structure of neural representations: A pattern-component model
  649. Neural fields, spectral responses and lateral connections
  650. Action understanding and active inference
  651. Dynamic causal modeling of spontaneous fluctuations in skin conductance
  652. A Parametric Empirical Bayesian Framework for the EEG/MEG Inverse Problem: Generative Models for Multi-Subject and Multi-Modal Integration
  653. A Bayesian foundation for individual learning under uncertainty
  654. Active Inference and Action Observation
  655. Active inference, free-energy and the Bayesian brain
  656. Active Inference, Attention, and Motor Preparation
  657. Academic Software Applications for Electromagnetic Brain Mapping Using MEG and EEG
  658. EEG and MEG Data Analysis in SPM8
  659. Free Energy and Dendritic Self-Organization
  660. Functional and Effective Connectivity: A Review
  661. Observing the Observer (II): Deciding When to Decide
  662. Observing the Observer (I): Meta-Bayesian Models of Learning and Decision-Making
  663. Resting oscillatory cortico-subthalamic connectivity in patients with Parkinson's disease
  665. Multinomial inference on distributed responses in SPM
  666. Topological inference for EEG and MEG
  667. Dynamic causal modelling of anticipatory skin conductance responses
  668. Computational and dynamic models in neuroimaging
  669. Neural Mechanisms of Belief Inference during Cooperative Games
  670. Is the free-energy principle neurocentric?
  671. Top-down Modulations in the Visual Form Pathway Revealed with Dynamic Causal Modeling
  672. Cooperation and Heterogeneity of the Autistic Mind
  673. Nonlinear Coupling in the Human Motor System
  674. Cognition and Neuropsychology
  675. Optimized beamforming for simultaneous MEG and intracranial local field potential recordings in deep brain stimulation patients
  676. Analyzing effective connectivity with functional magnetic resonance imaging
  677. A dynamic causal model study of neuronal population dynamics
  678. Analyzing Functional and Effective Connectivity with fMRI
  679. Analyzing Effective Connectivity with EEG and MEG
  680. Analytic measures for quantification of arousal from spontaneous skin conductance fluctuations
  681. Adaptive and aberrant reward prediction signals in the human brain
  682. Predictive Coding or Evidence Accumulation? False Inference and Neuronal Fluctuations
  683. Comparing Families of Dynamic Causal Models
  684. Striatal Prediction Error Modulates Cortical Coupling
  685. Modelling event-related skin conductance responses
  686. The default-mode, ego-functions and free-energy: a neurobiological account of Freudian ideas
  687. Action and behavior: a free-energy formulation
  688. Topological FDR for neuroimaging
  689. Ten simple rules for dynamic causal modeling
  690. Some free-energy puzzles resolved: response to Thornton
  691. A Parametric Empirical Bayesian framework for fMRI-constrained MEG/EEG source reconstruction
  692. The free-energy principle: a unified brain theory?
  693. Generalised Filtering
  694. Attention, Uncertainty, and Free-Energy
  695. Dynamic causal modeling
  696. DCM of evoked brain responses: analysis of effective connectivity
  697. EEG - fMRI
  698. The relation of ongoing brain activity, evoked neural responses, and cognition
  699. Variational Bayesian identification and prediction of stochastic nonlinear dynamic causal models
  700. Time-series analysis for rapid event-related skin conductance responses
  701. Modalities, Modes, and Models in Functional Neuroimaging
  702. Tractography-based priors for dynamic causal models
  703. Repetition suppression and plasticity in the human brain
  704. Cortical circuits for perceptual inference
  705. Corrigendum to “Bayesian model selection for group studies” [NeuroImage 46 (2009) 1005–1017]
  706. Dynamic Causal Models for phase coupling
  707. Recognizing Sequences of Sequences
  708. Evidence of Mirror Neurons in Human Inferior Frontal Gyrus
  709. Causal Hierarchy within the Thalamo-Cortical Network in Spike and Wave Discharges
  710. Neural Correlates of Stimulus Reportability
  711. MEG and EEG data fusion: Simultaneous localisation of face-evoked responses
  712. Dynamic causal modelling of distributed electromagnetic responses
  713. Reinforcement Learning or Active Inference?
  714. Encoding of Marginal Utility across Time in the Human Brain
  715. Modulation of Perception and Brain Activity by Predictable Trajectories of Facial Expressions
  716. Changing meaning causes coupling changes within higher levels of the cortical hierarchy
  717. The free-energy principle: a rough guide to the brain?
  718. Bayesian model selection for group studies
  719. A Tribute to: Keith Worsley — 1951–2009
  720. Dynamic causal modeling for EEG and MEG
  721. Selecting forward models for MEG source-reconstruction using model-evidence
  722. Computational Modelling in Behavioural Neuroscience
  723. Vowel-specific mismatch responses in the anterior superior temporal gyrus: An fMRI study
  724. Short-term adaptation to a simple motor task: A physiological process preserved in multiple sclerosis
  725. Forward and backward connections in the brain: A DCM study of functional asymmetries
  726. Computing average shaped tissue probability templates
  727. Dysconnection in Schizophrenia: From Abnormal Synaptic Plasticity to Failures of Self-monitoring
  728. Predictive coding under the free-energy principle
  729. The mismatch negativity: A review of underlying mechanisms
  730. Causal Modelling and Brain Connectivity in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  731. Population dynamics under the Laplace assumption
  732. Dynamic causal models of steady-state responses
  733. Neuronal Models for EEG–fMRI Integration
  734. EEG–fMRI Information Fusion: Biophysics and Data Analysis
  735. False discovery rate revisited: FDR and topological inference using Gaussian random fields
  736. Dynamical causal modelling for M/EEG: Spatial and temporal symmetry constraints
  737. Dynamic Causal Modelling of Brain Responses
  738. The MMN and perception
  739. Adaptation: A functionalist perspective
  740. Functional Connectivity
  741. Voxel Based Morphometry
  742. Perception and hierarchical dynamics
  743. Game Theory of Mind
  744. Dynamic Causal Modeling of the Response to Frequency Deviants
  745. The Cortical Dynamics of Intelligible Speech
  746. Graph-partitioned spatial priors for functional magnetic resonance images
  747. A Hierarchy of Time-Scales and the Brain
  748. Hierarchical Models in the Brain
  749. Integrated Bayesian models of learning and decision making for saccadic eye movements
  750. Electromagnetic source reconstruction for group studies
  751. A Dual Role for Prediction Error in Associative Learning
  752. Predictive coding explains binocular rivalry: An epistemological review
  753. The Dynamic Brain: From Spiking Neurons to Neural Masses and Cortical Fields
  754. Mean-Fields and Neural Masses
  755. Frequency-Specific Coupling in the Cortico-Cerebellar Auditory System
  756. The functional anatomy of the MMN: A DCM study of the roving paradigm
  757. Population dynamics: Variance and the sigmoid activation function
  758. Nonlinear dynamic causal models for fMRI
  759. Bayesian estimation of synaptic physiology from the spectral responses of neural masses
  760. Variational filtering
  761. Dynamic causal modelling of induced responses
  762. DEM: A variational treatment of dynamic systems
  763. Do patients with schizophrenia exhibit aberrant salience?
  764. Diffusion-based spatial priors for functional magnetic resonance images
  765. Neurophysiology: The Brain at Work
  766. Influence of Uncertainty and Surprise on Human Corticospinal Excitability during Preparation for Action
  767. Dynamic causal modelling for EEG and MEG
  768. It Is Time to Take a Stand for Medical Research and Against Terrorism Targeting Medical Scientists
  769. Multiple sparse priors for the M/EEG inverse problem
  770. Variational Bayesian inversion of the equivalent current dipole model in EEG/MEG
  771. Dynamic causal modelling for fMRI: A two-state model
  772. Bayesian decoding of brain images
  773. Statistical parametric mapping (SPM)
  774. Evoked brain responses are generated by feedback loops
  775. Attractor models of working memory and their modulation by reward
  776. Diffusion-based spatial priors for imaging
  777. Population-level inferences for distributed MEG source localization under multiple constraints: Application to face-evoked fields
  778. Comparing hemodynamic models with DCM
  779. A Metropolis–Hastings algorithm for dynamic causal models
  780. A mesostate-space model for EEG and MEG
  781. The Neurotransmitter Basis of Cognition: Psychopharmacological Activation Studies Using Positron Emission Tomography
  782. Free-energy and the brain
  783. Spatial normalization of lesioned brains: Performance evaluation and impact on fMRI analyses
  784. A neural mass model of spectral responses in electrophysiology
  785. Experience-dependent coding of facial expression in superior temporal sulcus
  786. An HSV vector system for selection of ligand-gated ion channel modulators
  787. The Effect of Prior Visual Information on Recognition of Speech and Sounds
  788. Dynamic causal modelling of evoked potentials: A reproducibility study
  789. Detecting subject-specific activations using fuzzy clustering
  790. Approaches to the cortical analysis of auditory objects
  791. Dynamic causal modelling of evoked responses: The role of intrinsic connections
  792. Dynamic discrimination analysis: A spatial–temporal SVM
  793. Predictive coding: an account of the mirror neuron system
  794. The mirror-neuron system: a Bayesian perspective
  795. Interhemispheric Integration of Visual Processing during Task-Driven Lateralization
  796. Extra-classical receptive field effects measured in striate cortex with fMRI
  797. Dynamic causal modeling: A generative model of slice timing in fMRI
  798. Voxel-Based Morphometry
  799. Variational free energy and the Laplace approximation
  800. Variational Bayes under the Laplace approximation
  801. Variational Bayes
  802. Topological Inference
  803. Statistical parametric mapping
  804. Segmentation
  805. Rigid Body Registration
  806. Random field theory
  807. Posterior probability maps
  808. Non-linear Registration
  809. Non-linear coupling and kernels
  810. Neuronal models of ensemble dynamics
  811. Neuronal models of energetics
  812. Neuronal models of EEG and MEG
  813. Modelling brain responses
  814. Linear models and inference
  815. Kalman filtering
  816. Hierarchical Processing of Auditory Objects in Humans
  817. Hierarchical models for EEG and MEG
  818. Functional integration
  819. Functional connectivity: eigenimages and multivariate analyses
  820. Forward models for fMRI
  821. Forward models for EEG
  822. Expectation maximization
  823. Empirical Bayes and hierarchical models
  824. Effective Connectivity
  825. Dynamical systems
  826. Dynamic causal models of neural system dynamics: current state and future extensions
  827. Dynamic Causal Models for fMRI
  828. Dynamic causal models for EEG
  829. Covariance Components
  830. Convolution Models for fMRI
  831. Canonical Source Reconstruction for MEG
  832. Bayesian inversion of EEG models
  833. Bayesian inversion of dynamic models
  834. Bayesian inversion for induced responses
  835. A short history of SPM
  836. Functional imaging
  837. Models of Effective Connectivity in Neural Systems
  838. Statistical Parametric Mapping
  839. Bayesian Treatments of Neuroimaging Data
  840. Neural Coding of Tactile Decisions in the Human Prefrontal Cortex
  841. Bayesian estimation of cerebral perfusion using a physiological model of microvasculature
  842. Acute Changes in Frontoparietal Activity after Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation over the Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex in a Cued Reaction Time Task
  844. Non-invasive mapping of corticofugal fibres from multiple motor areas--relevance to stroke recovery
  845. Mechanisms of evoked and induced responses in MEG/EEG
  846. EEG–fMRI of idiopathic and secondarily generalized epilepsies
  847. A free energy principle for the brain
  848. Encoding uncertainty in the hippocampus
  849. Synaptic Plasticity and Dysconnection in Schizophrenia
  850. Large-scale neural models and dynamic causal modelling
  851. Hemodynamic correlates of epileptiform discharges: An EEG-fMRI study of 63 patients with focal epilepsy
  852. Dynamic causal modelling of evoked responses in EEG/MEG with lead field parameterization
  853. Dynamic causal modeling of evoked responses in EEG and MEG
  854. Commentary on: Divide and conquer; a defence of functional localisers
  855. A critique of functional localisers
  856. Modelling cardiac signal as a confound in EEG-fMRI and its application in focal epilepsy studies
  857. MEG source localization under multiple constraints: An extended Bayesian framework
  858. Identification of degenerate neuronal systems based on intersubject variability
  859. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation-Induced Changes in Sensorimotor Coupling Parallel Improvements of Somatosensation in Humans
  860. Models of Functional Neuroimaging Data
  861. Analysis of intersubject variability in activation: An application to the incidental episodic retrieval during recognition test
  862. Design and analysis of fMRI studies with neurologically impaired patients
  863. Bayesian estimation of evoked and induced responses
  864. Advanced Neuroscience Technologies
  865. Investigating the Functional Role of Callosal Connections with Dynamic Causal Models
  866. Action selectivity in parietal and temporal cortex
  867. Hallucinations and perceptual inference
  868. Dissociating Reading Processes on the Basis of Neuronal Interactions
  869. Hemodynamic correlates of EEG: A heuristic
  870. Editor's note
  871. Structural Covariance in the Human Cortex
  872. Opponent appetitive-aversive neural processes underlie predictive learning of pain relief
  873. The role of the medial temporal lobe in autistic spectrum disorders
  874. A Positron Emission Tomographic Study in Spontaneous Migraine
  875. Unified segmentation
  876. Early visual deprivation induces structural plasticity in gray and white matter
  877. Two Distinct Neural Mechanisms for Category-selective Responses
  878. Voxel-Based Morphometry of the Human Brain: Methods and Applications
  879. Attention to pain localization and unpleasantness discriminates the functions of the medial and lateral pain systems
  880. Stochastic models of neuronal dynamics
  881. Introduction: multimodal neuroimaging of brain connectivity
  882. Bilinear dynamical systems
  883. Functional ontologies for cognition: The systematic definition of structure and function
  884. Frequency specific changes in regional cerebral blood flow and motor system connectivity following rTMS to the primary motor cortex
  885. A theory of cortical responses
  886. Unified SPM–ICA for fMRI analysis
  887. Modelling event-related responses in the brain
  888. Information theory, novelty and hippocampal responses: unpredicted or unpredictable?
  889. Conjunction revisited
  890. Learning-related fMRI activation associated with a rotational visuo-motor transformation
  891. Disconnection and Cognitive Dysmetria in Schizophrenia
  892. A PET study exploring the laterality of brainstem activation in migraine using glyceryl trinitrate
  893. Models of Brain Function in Neuroimaging
  894. Applications of random field theory to electrophysiology
  895. An empirical Bayesian solution to the source reconstruction problem in EEG
  896. Activation in Posterior Superior Temporal Sulcus Parallels Parameter Inducing the Percept of Animacy
  897. Parametric analysis of oscillatory activity as measured with EEG/MEG
  898. Modeling Brain Responses
  899. Mixed-effects and fMRI studies
  900. Bayesian fMRI time series analysis with spatial priors
  901. Degenerate neuronal systems sustaining cognitive functions
  902. Biophysical models of fMRI responses
  903. Generative and recognition models for neuroanatomy
  904. The Prefrontal Cortex shows Context-specific Changes in Effective Connectivity to Motor or Visual Cortex during the Selection of Action or Colour
  905. Comparing dynamic causal models
  906. Temporal difference models describe higher-order learning in humans
  907. Statistical parametric mapping for event-related potentials: I. Generic considerations
  908. Statistical parametric mapping for event-related potentials (II): a hierarchical temporal model
  909. Where Bottom-up Meets Top-down: Neuronal Interactions during Perception and Imagery
  910. Dissociable Roles of Ventral and Dorsal Striatum in Instrumental Conditioning
  911. The Functional Neuroanatomy of Temporal Discrimination
  912. Evaluation of different measures of functional connectivity using a neural mass model
  913. Modelling functional integration: a comparison of structural equation and dynamic causal models
  914. Brain Connectivity Workshop, Cambridge UK, May 2003
  915. Classical and Bayesian Inference
  916. Dynamic Causal Modelling
  917. Effective Connectivity
  918. Experimental Design and Statistical Parametric Mapping
  919. Functional Connectivity
  920. Functional Integration in the Brain
  921. Haemodynamic Modelling
  922. Hierarchical Models
  923. High-Dimensional Image Warping
  924. Image Segmentation
  925. Mathematical Appendix
  926. Morphometry
  927. Rigid Body Registration
  928. Spatial Normalisation Using Basis Functions
  929. Variance Components
  930. Volterra Kernels and Effective Connectivity
  931. Central Representation of Autonomic States
  932. Modulation of excitatory synaptic coupling facilitates synchronization and complex dynamics in a biophysical model of neuronal dynamics
  933. Learning and inference in the brain
  934. Dosage-sensitive X-linked locus influences the development of amygdala and orbitofrontal cortex, and fear recognition in humans
  935. A neural mass model for MEG/EEG:
  936. A Dynamic Causal Modeling Study on Category Effects: Bottom–Up or Top–Down Mediation?
  937. Neuroimaging and the Pathophysiology of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (Ocd)
  938. Studying spontaneous EEG activity with fMRI
  939. A heuristic for the degrees of freedom of statistics based on multiple variance parameters
  940. A disturbance of nonlinear interdependence in scalp EEG of subjects with first episode schizophrenia
  941. Developmental amnesia: Effect of age at injury
  942. Multivariate autoregressive modeling of fMRI time series
  943. Dynamic causal modelling
  944. Evaluating application service providers
  945. Lateralized Cognitive Processes and Lateralized Task Control in the Human Brain
  946. Variational Bayesian inference for fMRI time series
  947. Posterior probability maps and SPMs
  948. Acute Remapping within the Motor System Induced by Low-Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
  949. Modulation of excitatory synaptic coupling facilitates synchronization and complex dynamics in a nonlinear model of neuronal dynamics
  950. Modeling regional and psychophysiologic interactions in fMRI: the importance of hemodynamic deconvolution
  951. Functional magnetic resonance imaging of human absence seizures
  952. Effects of visual deprivation on the organization of the semantic system
  953. Temporal Difference Models and Reward-Related Learning in the Human Brain
  954. Mixtures of general linear models for functional neuroimaging
  955. Degeneracy and redundancy in cognitive anatomy
  956. Estimating efficiency a priori: a comparison of blocked and randomized designs
  957. Comparing event-related and epoch analysis in blocked design fMRI
  958. Investigating individual differences in brain abnormalities in autism
  959. Statistical Parametric Mapping
  960. Functional Imaging Studies of Neuropsychological Patients: Applications and Limitations
  961. The Importance of Distributed Sampling in Blocked Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Designs
  962. Effective Connectivity and Intersubject Variability: Using a Multisubject Network to Test Differences and Commonalities
  963. Functional integration and inference in the brain
  964. Functional Imaging Studies of Neuropsychological Patients: Applications and Limitations
  965. Degeneracy and cognitive anatomy
  966. Distributional Assumptions in Voxel-Based Morphometry
  967. Attention to Action: Specific Modulation of Corticocortical Interactions in Humans
  968. Distributional Assumptions in Voxel-Based Morphometry
  969. Attention to Action: Specific Modulation of Corticocortical Interactions in Humans
  970. The Precision of Anatomical Normalization in the Medial Temporal Lobe Using Spatial Basis Functions
  971. Systematic Regularization of Linear Inverse Solutions of the EEG Source Localization Problem
  972. Automatic Differentiation of Anatomical Patterns in the Human Brain: Validation with Studies of Degenerative Dementias
  973. Cholinergic Modulation of Experience-Dependent Plasticity in Human Auditory Cortex
  974. Anatomically Informed Basis Functions for EEG Source Localization: Combining Functional and Anatomical Constraints
  975. Some Limit Results for Efficiency in Stochastic fMRI Designs
  976. Reduced frontotemporal functional connectivity in schizophrenia associated with auditory hallucinations
  977. Classical and Bayesian Inference in Neuroimaging: Theory
  978. Classical and Bayesian Inference in Neuroimaging: Applications
  979. Bayesian Estimation of Dynamical Systems: An Application to fMRI
  980. The Neural Structures Expressing Perceptual Hysteresis in Visual Letter Recognition
  981. Anatomically informed basis functions in multisubject studies
  982. Functional Anatomy of Visual Search: Regional Segregations within the Frontal Eye Fields and Effective Connectivity of the Superior Colliculus
  983. MRI analysis of an inherited speech and language disorder: structural brain abnormalities
  984. BEYONDPHRENOLOGY: What Can Neuroimaging Tell Us About Distributed Circuitry?
  985. Anatomic Constraints on Cognitive Theories of Category Specificity
  986. Anatomically informed basis functions in multisubject studies
  987. Attention to action in Parkinson's disease: Impaired effective connectivity among frontal cortical regions
  988. Detecting Latency Differences in Event-Related BOLD Responses: Application to Words versus Nonwords and Initial versus Repeated Face Presentations
  989. Inter-subject Registration of Functional and Anatomical Data Using SPM
  990. Why Voxel-Based Morphometry Should Be Used
  991. On the Marriage of Cognition and Neuroscience
  992. Extracting brain connectivity
  993. Anterior Prefrontal Cortex Mediates Rule Learning in Humans
  994. Nonlinear Coupling between Evoked rCBF and BOLD Signals: A Simulation Study of Hemodynamic Responses
  995. Symmetries and itineracy in nonlinear systems with many degrees of freedom
  996. Book Review: Brain Function, Nonlinear Coupling, and Neuronal Transients
  997. Cerebral Asymmetry and the Effects of Sex and Handedness on Brain Structure: A Voxel-Based Morphometric Analysis of 465 Normal Adult Human Brains
  998. Pharmacological Modulation of Behavioral and Neuronal Correlates of Repetition Priming
  999. Zero-lag synchronous dynamics in triplets of interconnected cortical areas
  1000. Generative models, brain function and neuroimaging

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