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Agreement Among Experimental Cerebrovascular Reactivity Paradigms Assessed with Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy Improves with Short Separation Regression

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Diffuse optical measurement of cerebral autoregulation during first mobilization to personalize physiotherapy in a randomized stroke trial

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Development of a fiber-based speckle contrast optical spectroscopy system to measure human cerebral blood flow

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Coupling of peripheral and cerebral hemodynamics across wake and light NREM sleep

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Cortical activity evoked by synchronised vs. non-synchronised peer observers as detected with fNIRS

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Alterations of Hemodynamic Responses During Motor Learning Induced by High-definition Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation After Stroke: An fNIRS Study

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Longitudinal Associations of Temperament and Resting-state Profiles in Young Children

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Using fNIRS and TMS to detect and disrupt changes in visual processing of faces

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Defining regions of interest for fNIRS analyses in the Brain Imaging for Global Health project

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A deep learning approach in diagnosing the resting-state of patients with mild cognitive impairment

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