Publications


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Working papers

[2] Di X, Biswal BB (2020): Dissecting individual differences in responses to naturalistic stimuli in functional MRI: effects of development and gender. bioRxiv

[1] Di X, Woelfer M, Kuhn SB, Zhang Z, Biswal BB (2019): Estimations of the weather effects on brain functions using functional MRI - a cautionary tale. bioRxiv

Journal articles

Forthcoming

[48] Klugah-Brown B, Di X, Zweerings J, Mathiak K, Becker B, Biswal B (accepted): Common and separable neural alterations in substance use disorders: A coordinate‐based meta‐analyses of functional neuroimaging studies in humans. Hum Brain Mapp.

[47] Di X, Zhang Z, Biswal BB (2020): Understanding psychophysiological interaction and its relations to beta series correlation. Brain Imaging Behav.

[46] Woelfer M, Li M, Colic L, Liebe T, Di X, Biswal B, Murrough J, Lessmann V, Brigadski T, Walter M (2020). Ketamine-induced changes in plasma brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) levels are associated with the resting-state functional connectivity of the prefrontal cortex. World J Biol Psychia.

2020

[45] Di X, Biswal BB (2020). Intersubject consistent dynamic connectivity during natural vision revealed by functional MRI. Neuroimage 216:1166982.

[44] Yang H, Di X, Gong Q, Sweeney J, Biswal BB (2020). Investigating inhibition deficit in schizophrenia using task-modulated brain networks. Brain Struct Funct 225:1601–1613.

[43] Botvinik-Nezer et al., (2020): Variability in the analysis of a single neuroimaging dataset by many teams. Nature 582(7810):84-88.

[42] Di X, Zhang H, Biswal BB (2020). Anterior cingulate cortex differently modulates fronto-parietal functional connectivity between resting-state and working memory tasks. Hum Brain Mapp 41:1797–1805.

2019

[41] Di X, Woelfer M, Amend M, Wehrl H, Ionescu TM, Pichler BJ, Biswal BB, and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (2019). Interregional causal influences of brain metabolic activity reveal the spread of aging effects during normal aging. Hum Brain Mapp 40(16):4657-4668.

[40] Amend M, Ionescu TM, Di X, Pichler BJ, Biswal BB, Wehrl HF (2019). Functional resting-state brain connectivity is accompanied by dynamic correlations of application-dependent [18F]FDG PET-tracer fluctuations. Neuroimage 196:161-172.

[39] Fu Z, Tu Y, Di X, Du Y, Sui J, Biswal BB, Zhang Z, de Lacy N, Calhoun V (2019). Transient Increased Thalamic-Sensory Connectivity and Decreased Whole-Brain Dynamism in Autism. Neuroimage 190:191-204.

[38] Di X, Biswal BB (2019). Toward Task Connectomics: Examining Whole-Brain Task Modulated Connectivity in Different Task Domains. Cereb Cortex 29(4):1572-1583.

2018

[37] Fu Z, Tu Y, Di X, Du Y, Pearlson GD, Turner JA, Biswal BB, Zhang Z, Calhoun VD (2018). Characterizing Dynamic Amplitude of Low-Frequency Fluctuation and Its Relationship with Dynamic Functional Connectivity: An Application to Schizophrenia. Neuroimage 180:619-31.

[36] Di X, Azeez A, Li X, Haque E, Biswal BB (2018). Disrupted focal white matter integrity in autism spectrum disorder: a voxel-based meta-analysis of diffusion tensor imaging studies. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 82:242-248.

2017

[35] Fu Z, Tu Y, Di X, Biswal BB, Calhoun VD, Zhang Z (2017). Associations between Functional Connectivity Dynamics and BOLD Dynamics are Heterogeneous across Brain Networks. Front Hum Neurosci 11:593.

[34] Di X, Gohel S, Thielcke A, Wehrl HF, Biswal BB, and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (2017). Do all roads lead to Rome? A comparison of brain networks derived from inter-subject volumetric and metabolic covariance and moment-to-moment hemodynamic correlations in old individuals. Brain Struct Funct 222(8):3833–3845.

[33] Di X, Biswal BB (2017). Psychophysiological Interactions in a Visual Checkerboard Task: Reproducibility, Reliability, and the Effects of Deconvolution. Front Neurosci 11:573.

[32] Jin H, Wang P, Fang Z, Di X, Ye Z, Xu G, Lin H, Cheng Y, Li Y, Xu Y, Rao H (2017). Effects of badminton expertise on representational momentum: A combination of cross-sectional and longitudinal studies. Front Psychol 8:1526.

[31] Di X, Reynolds RC, Biswal BB (2017). Imperfect (de)convolution may introduce spurious psychophysiological interactions and how to avoid it. Hum Brain Mapp 38(4), 1723–1740.

[30] Di X, Huang J, Biswal BB (2017). Task-modulated brain connectivity of the amygdala: a meta-analysis of psychophysiological interactions. Brain Struct Funct 222(1):619-634.

2016

[29] Xu H, Wang P, Ye Z, Di X, Xu G, Mo L, Lin H, Rao H and Jin H (2016). The Role of Medial Frontal Cortex in Action Anticipation in Professional Badminton Players. Front Psychol 7:1817.

[28] Ray S, Di X, Biswal BB (2016). Effective Connectivity Within the Mesocorticolimbic System During Resting-State in Cocaine Users. Front Hum Neurosci 10:563.

[27] Yuan R, Di X, Taylor PA, Gohel S, Tsai YH, Biswal BB (2016). Functional topography of the thalamocortical system in human. Brain Struct Funct 221(4):1971-1984.

[26] Zhang X, Di X, Lei H, Yang J, Xiao J, Wang X, Yao S, Rao H (2016). Imbalanced Spontaneous Brain Activity in Orbitofrontal-Insular Circuits in Individuals with Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression. J Affect Disord 198:56-63.

[25] Di X, Biswal BB (2016). Similarly expanded bilateral temporal lobe volumes in female and male children with autism spectrum disorder. Biol Psychiatry Cogn Neurosci Neuroimaging 1(2):178-185.

[24] Hu C, Di X, Eickhoff SB, Zhang M, Peng K, Guo H, Sui J (2016). Distinct and common aspects of physical and psychological self-representation in the brain: A meta-analysis of self-bias in facial and self-referential judgements. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 61:197–207.

2015

[23] Di X, Biswal BB (2015). Characterizations of resting-state modulatory interactions in human brain. J Neurophysiol 114(5):2785-96.

[22] Di X, Fu Z, Chan SC, Hung YS, Biswal BB, Zhang Z (2015). Task-related Functional Connectivity Dynamics in a Block-designed Visual Experiment. Front Hum Neurosci 9:543.

[21] Di X, Biswal BB (2015). Dynamic Brain Functional Connectivity Modulated by Resting-State Networks. Brain Struct Funct 220(1):37-46.

2014

[20] Di X, Kim E, Chen P, Biswal BB (2014). Lateralized Resting-state Functional Connectivity in the Task-positive and Task-negative Networks. Brain Connect 4(9):641-648.

[19] Lei H, Zhang X, Di X, Rao H, Ming Q, Zhang J, Guo X, Jiang Y, Gao Y, Yi J, Zhu X, Yao S (2014). A Functional Polymorphism of the MAOA Gene Modulates Spontaneous Brain Activity in Pons. Biomed Res Int 2014:243280.

[18] Fu Z, Chan SC, Di X, Biswal B, Zhang Z (2014). Adaptive Covariance Estimation of Non-stationary Processes and its Application to Infer Dynamic Connectivity from fMRI. IEEE Trans Biomed Circuits Syst 8(2):228–39.

[17] Di X, Biswal BB (2014). Modulatory Interactions between the Default Mode Network and Task Positive Networks in Resting-State. PeerJ 2:e367.

[16] Di X, Biswal BB (2014). Identifying the Default Mode Network Structure Using Dynamic Causal Modeling on Resting-state Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Neuroimage 86:53–9.

[15] Di X, Rypma B, Biswal BB (2014). Correspondence of Executive Function Related Functional and Anatomical Alterations in Aging Brain. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 48(3):41–50.

2013

[14] Yuan R, Di X, Kim EH, Barik S, Rypma B, Biswal BB (2013). Regional Homogeneity of Resting-state fMRI Contributes to Both Neurovascular and Task Activation Variations. Magn Reson Imaging 31(9):1492–1500.

[13] Di X, Gohel S, Kim EH and Biswal BB (2013). Task vs. Rest - Different Network Configurations between the Coactivation and the Resting-State Brain Networks. Front Hum Neurosci 7:493.

[12] Di X, Biswal BB (2013). Modulatory interactions of resting-state brain functional connectivity. PLoS ONE 8(8): e71163.

[11] Di X, Kim E, Huang C, Tsai S, Lin C and Biswal BB (2013). The influence of the amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations on resting-state functional connectivity. Front Hum Neurosci 7:118.

[10] Huang J, Wang Y, Jin Z, Di X, Yang T, Gur RC, Gur RE, Shum DH, Cheung EF, Chan RC (2013). Happy facial expression processing with different social interaction cues: An fMRI study of individuals with schizotypal personality traits. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 44:108-17.

[9] Di X, Kannurpatti SS, Rypma B, Biswal BB (2013). Calibrating BOLD fMRI activations with neuro-vascular and anatomical constraints. Cereb Cortex 23(2):255-263.

2012

[8] Di X, Biswal BB, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (2012). Metabolic Brain Covariant Networks as Revealed by FDG-PET with reference to resting-state fMRI networks. Brain Connect 2(5):275-83.

[7] Di X, Zhu S, Jin H, Wang P, Ye Z, Zhou K, Zhuo Y, Rao H (2012). Altered resting brain function and structure in professional badminton players. Brain Connect 2(4):225-33.

[6] Taylor P, Gohel SR, Di X, Walter M, Biswal B (2012). Functional covariance networks: obtaining resting state networks from intersubject variability. Brain Connect 2(4):203-17.

Before 2012

[5] Qian C, Di X (2011). Phase or amplitude? The relationship between ongoing and evoked neural activity. J Neurosci 31(29):10425-10426.

[4] Chan RC, Di X, McAlonan GM, Gong QY (2011). Brain anatomical abnormalities in high-risk individuals, first-episode, and chronic schizophrenia: an activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of illness progression. Schizophr Bull 37(1):177-88.

[3] Di X, Chan RC, Gong QY (2009). White matter reduction in patients with schizophrenia as revealed by voxel-based morphometry: an activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 33(8):1390-1394.

[2] Chan RC, Huang J, Di X (2009). Dexterous movement complexity and cerebellar activation: a meta-analysis. Brain Res Rev 59(2):316-323.

[1] Rao H, Di X, Chan RC, Ding Y, Ye B, Gao D (2008). A Regulation Role of Prefrontal Cortex in The Fist-Edge-Palm Task: Evidence from Functional Connectivity Analysis. Neuroimage 41(4), 1345-1351.

Journal articles in Chinese

[2] 胡传鹏, 邸新, 李佳蔚, 隋洁, 彭凯平 (2015). 神经成像数据的元分析. 心理科学进展 23(7): 1118-1129.

[1] 邸新, 饶恒毅 (2007). 人脑功能连通性进展. 生物化学与生物物理进展 34(1), 5-12.

File drawer (No plan for submission)

[1] Di X, Biswal BB (2016): Sex-dependent and sex-independent brain resting-state functional connectivity in children with autism spectrum disorder. bioRxiv

Conference abstracts

[20] Di X, Biswal BB. Assessing task related brain connectivity in a fast event-related designed stop signal task using psychophysiological interaction and beta series correlation. Poster presentation at the 4th New York Metropolitan Imaging Symposium, New York, USA (2017).

[19] Azeez AK, Di X, Biswal BB. Biological Sex Modulations on Cortical Thickness in Autism Spectrum Disorder: An analysis of Autism Brain Imaging Data Exchange II. Poster presentation at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), San Francisco, USA (2017).

[18] Di X, Biswal BB. Task related brain networks derived from trial-by-trial variability of a slow event-related designed Flanker task. Poster presentation at the Fourth Biennial Conference on Resting State / Brain Connectivity, Boston, USA (2014).

[17] Di X, Yuan R, Biswal BB. Modulatory interactions between the thalamus and visual cortex in resting-state are modulated by eye open/closed conditions. Poster presentation at the Fourth Biennial Conference on Resting State / Brain Connectivity, Boston, USA (2014).

[16] Fu Z, Di X, Chan SC, Hung YS, Biswal BB, Zhang Z. Characterizing temporal variations of functional connectivity in resting-state. Poster presentation for Joint Annual Meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB, Milano, Italy (2014).

[15] Fu Z, Di X, Chan SC, Hung YS, Biswal BB, Zhang Z (2013). Time-varying correlation coefficients estimation and its application to dynamic connectivity analysis of fMRI. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2013:2944-2947.

[14] Zhang Z, FU Z, Chan SC, Hung YS, Motta G, Di X, Biswal BB. Conference Paper: Adaptive window selection in estimating dynamic functional connectivity of resting-state fMRI. 9th International Conference on Information, Communications and Signal Processing (ICICS2013).

[13] Di X, Biswal BB. Identifying the Default Mode Network Structure Using Dynamic Causal Modeling on Resting-state fMRI. Poster presentation at 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, USA (2013).

[12] Di X, Biswal BB. The nonlinear intrinsic brain networks - modulations on resting-state functional connectivity by other regions. Poster presentation at 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, USA (2013).

[11] Di X, Fu Z, Zhang Z, Chan SC, Biswal BB. Transient connectivity changes during a visual task - time-varying correlation estimation analysis. Poster presentation at 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, USA (2013).

[10] Yuan R, Di X, Kim EH, Barik S, Rypma B, Biswal BB. Regional Homogeneity of Resting-state fMRI Contributes to Both Neurovascular and Task Activation Variations. Poster presentation at 19th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Seattle, USA (2013).

[9] Di X, Kannurpatti SS, Rypma B, Biswal BB. Calibrating BOLD fMRI activations with neuro-vascular and anatomical constraints. Poster presentation at 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Beijing, China (2012).

[8] Gohel S, Di X, Biswal BB. Trajectories of functional brain networks connectivity over life-span brain development. Poster presentation at 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Beijing, China (2012).

[7] Taylor P, Gohel SR, Di X, Walter M, Biswal BB. Functional covariance networks: obtaining resting state networks from intersubject variability. Poster presentation at 18th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Beijing, China (2012).

[6] Jin H, Wang P, Di X, Ye Z, Xu G, Mo L, Lin C, Rao H. Activation of Medial Prefrontal Cortex during Sport-related Anticipation: An fMRI Study. Poster presentation at 17th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Québec, Canada (2011).

[5] Zhu S, Di X, Jin H, Wang P, Mo L, Zhou K, Zhuo Y, Rao H. Training shapes Cerebellum and parieto-frontal network in professional badminton players. Poster presentation at Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Montreal, Canada (2011).

[4] Di X, Zhou K, Rao H (2009). Individual differences of representational momentum were associated with inhibition process rather than motion perception. In: The 4th Symposium on brain and cognitive science, Chengdu, China (2009).

[3] Di X, Ding Y, Qu Z, Ye B, Gao D, Rao H (2008). The Role of Middle Temporal and Medial Prefrontal Cortex in Representational Momentum: a fMRI Study. In: Annual Meeting of ISMRM, Toronto, Canada (2008).

[2] Di X, Chan RC, Ding Y, Ye B, Qu Z, Gao D, Rao H (2007). The Role of Prefrontal Lobe in FEP: Evidence from PPI Analysis. In: Joint Annual Meeting ISMRM-ESMRMB, Berlin, Germany (2007).

[1] Di X, Rao H (2006). The higher and lower frequency asymmetry in pitch representational momentum. In: The 2nd Symposium on brain and cognitive science, Guilin, China (2006).