William R. Shirer
William R. Shirer
Stanford University Department of Anesthesiology
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Decoding subject-driven cognitive states with whole-brain connectivity patterns
WR Shirer, S Ryali, E Rykhlevskaia, V Menon, MD Greicius
Cerebral cortex 22 (1), 158-165, 2012
10872012
Gender modulates the APOE ε4 effect in healthy older adults: convergent evidence from functional brain connectivity and spinal fluid tau levels
JS Damoiseaux, WW Seeley, J Zhou, WR Shirer, G Coppola, A Karydas, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (24), 8254-8262, 2012
1582012
The will to persevere induced by electrical stimulation of the human cingulate gyrus
J Parvizi, V Rangarajan, WR Shirer, N Desai, MD Greicius
Neuron 80 (6), 1359-1367, 2013
1532013
Optimization of rs-fMRI pre-processing for enhanced signal-noise separation, test-retest reliability, and group discrimination
WR Shirer, H Jiang, CM Price, B Ng, MD Greicius
Neuroimage 117, 67-79, 2015
822015
Disentangling dynamic networks: Separated and joint expressions of functional connectivity patterns in time
N Leonardi, WR Shirer, MD Greicius, D Van De Ville
Human brain mapping 35 (12), 5984-5995, 2014
782014
Intrinsic and task-dependent coupling of neuronal population activity in human parietal cortex
BL Foster, V Rangarajan, WR Shirer, J Parvizi
Neuron 86 (2), 578-590, 2015
742015
Keeping your eyes on the prize: Anger and visual attention to threats and rewards
BQ Ford, M Tamir, TT Brunyé, WR Shirer, CR Mahoney, HA Taylor
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1098-1105, 2010
732010
Mnemonic training reshapes brain networks to support superior memory
M Dresler, WR Shirer, BN Konrad, NCJ Müller, IC Wagner, G Fernández, ...
Neuron 93 (5), 1227-1235. e6, 2017
702017
Disordered reward processing and functional connectivity in trichotillomania: a pilot study
MP White, WR Shirer, MJ Molfino, C Tenison, JS Damoiseaux, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Research 47 (9), 1264-1272, 2013
452013
The posterior medial cortex in urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome: detachment from default mode network. A resting-state study from the MAPP research network
KT Martucci, WR Shirer, E Bagarinao, KA Johnson, MA Farmer, JS Labus, ...
Pain 156 (9), 1755, 2015
422015
Identification of mood-relevant brain connections using a continuous, subject-driven rumination paradigm
AC Milazzo, B Ng, H Jiang, W Shirer, G Varoquaux, JB Poline, B Thirion, ...
Cerebral Cortex 26 (3), 933-942, 2016
252016
Delineation of cerebrocerebellar networks with MRI measures of functional and structural connectivity
C Habas, WR Shirer, MD Greicius
Handbook of the cerebellum and cerebellar disorders. Springer Science+ …, 2013
72013
Dual regression: a novel approach to resting-state fMRI analysis in low back pain
P Ng, H Jiang, W Shirer, M Greicius, S Mackey
The Journal of Pain 14 (4), S48, 2013
2013
Altered resting state network activity in complex regional pain syndrome
K Martucci, M Barad, W Shirer, M Greicius, S Mackey
The Journal of Pain 14 (4), S48, 2013
2013
Changes in Specific Resting State Brain Networks Correlate with Clinical Measures in PSP and CBD: M1142.
T Rittman, B Ghosh, W Shirer, M Greicius, J Rowe
Annals of Neurology 72, 2012
2012
Gender Modulates the APOE ε4 Effect in Healthy Older Controls: Convergent Evidence from Functional Brain Connectivity and Spinal Fluid Tau Levels (P03. 080)
J Damoiseaux, W Seeley, W Shirer, G Coppola, A Karydas, B Miller, ...
Neurology 78 (1 Supplement), P03. 080-P03. 080, 2012
2012
PSP and CBD: clinical features are related to connectivity abnormalities in distinct brain networks
T Rittman, BCP Ghosh, W Shirer, D Michael, JB Rowe
DEMENTIA AND GERIATRIC COGNITIVE DISORDERS 33, 144-145, 2012
2012
Dopaminergic Modulation of Resting State Networks in Parkinson's Disease
K Poston, W Shirer, F Tayim, V Menon, M Greicius
NEUROLOGY 76 (9), A41-A41, 2011
2011
Beyond the default mode network: resting state cognitive and motor networks in PSP and CBD dementias
T Rittman, B Ghosh, WR Shirer, MD Greicius, JB Rowe
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