Abigail S. Greene, MD, PhD
Abigail S. Greene, MD, PhD
Psychiatry Resident, Brigham and Women's Hospital
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Task-induced brain state manipulation improves prediction of individual traits
AS Greene, S Gao, D Scheinost, RT Constable
Nature communications 9 (1), 2807, 2018
Ten simple rules for predictive modeling of individual differences in neuroimaging
D Scheinost, S Noble, C Horien, AS Greene, EMR Lake, M Salehi, S Gao, ...
NeuroImage 193, 35-45, 2019
There is no single functional atlas even for a single individual: Functional parcel definitions change with task
M Salehi, AS Greene, A Karbasi, X Shen, D Scheinost, RT Constable
NeuroImage 208, 116366, 2020
Functional connectivity predicts changes in attention observed across minutes, days, and months
MD Rosenberg, D Scheinost, AS Greene, EW Avery, YH Kwon, ES Finn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (7), 3797-3807, 2020
Combining multiple connectomes improves predictive modeling of phenotypic measures
S Gao, AS Greene, RT Constable, D Scheinost
NeuroImage 201, 116038, 2019
Distributed patterns of functional connectivity predict working memory performance in novel healthy and memory-impaired individuals
EW Avery, K Yoo, MD Rosenberg, AS Greene, S Gao, DL Na, D Scheinost, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 32 (2), 241-255, 2020
Brain–phenotype models fail for individuals who defy sample stereotypes
AS Greene, X Shen, S Noble, C Horien, CA Hahn, J Arora, F Tokoglu, ...
Nature 609 (7925), 109-118, 2022
How tasks change whole-brain functional organization to reveal brain-phenotype relationships
AS Greene, S Gao, S Noble, D Scheinost, RT Constable
Cell reports 32 (8), 2020
A hitchhiker’s guide to working with large, open-source neuroimaging datasets
C Horien, S Noble, AS Greene, K Lee, DS Barron, S Gao, D O’Connor, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (2), 185-193, 2021
Why is everyone talking about brain state?
AS Greene, C Horien, D Barson, D Scheinost, RT Constable
Trends in Neurosciences 46 (7), 508-524, 2023
Transdiagnostic, connectome-based prediction of memory constructs across psychiatric disorders
DS Barron, S Gao, J Dadashkarimi, AS Greene, MN Spann, S Noble, ...
Cerebral Cortex 31 (5), 2523-2533, 2021
Brainhack: Developing a culture of open, inclusive, community-driven neuroscience
R Gau, S Noble, K Heuer, KL Bottenhorn, IP Bilgin, YF Yang, ...
Neuron 109 (11), 1769-1775, 2021
Combining multiple connectomes improves predictive modeling of phenotypic measures. NeuroImage, 201, Article 116038
S Gao, AS Greene, RT Constable, D Scheinost
Regions and connections: complementary approaches to characterize brain organization and function
C Horien, AS Greene, RT Constable, D Scheinost
The Neuroscientist 26 (2), 117-133, 2020
Behavioral and brain signatures of substance use vulnerability in childhood
KM Rapuano, MD Rosenberg, MT Maza, NJ Dennis, M Dorji, AS Greene, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 46, 100878, 2020
Functional connectome–based predictive modeling in autism
C Horien, DL Floris, AS Greene, S Noble, M Rolison, L Tejavibulya, ...
Biological psychiatry 92 (8), 626-642, 2022
Large-scale differences in functional organization of left-and right-handed individuals using whole-brain, data-driven analysis of connectivity
L Tejavibulya, H Peterson, A Greene, S Gao, M Rolison, S Noble, ...
Neuroimage 252, 119040, 2022
Low-motion fMRI data can be obtained in pediatric participants undergoing a 60-minute scan protocol
C Horien, S Fontenelle IV, K Joseph, N Powell, C Nutor, D Fortes, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 21855, 2020
Within node connectivity changes, not simply edge changes, influence graph theory measures in functional connectivity studies of the brain
W Luo, AS Greene, RT Constable
NeuroImage 240, 118332, 2021
Associations among household and neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantages, resting-state frontoamygdala connectivity, and internalizing symptoms in youth
KI Ip, LM Sisk, C Horien, MI Conley, KM Rapuano, MD Rosenberg, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 34 (10), 1810-1841, 2022
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