Neuroimaging group studies are typically performed with the assumption that subjects used are randomly drawn from a population of subjects. The population of subjects is assumed to have a distribution of effect sizes associated with it that are Gaussian distributed. However, in practice, group studies can include "outlier" subjects whose effect sizes are completely at odds with the general population for reasons that are not of experimental interest. If ignored, these outliers can dramaticall...Expand abstract
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Robust group analysis using outlier inference.
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