1. McIntosh AR, Jirsa VK (2019) The Hidden Repertoire of Brain Dynamics and Dysfunction, bioRxiv 578443.

  2. Easson AK, Fatima Z, McIntosh AR (2019) Functional connectivity-based subtypes of individuals with and without autism spectrum disorder. Network Neuroscience, 3(2);344-362

  3. Zimmermann J, Perry A, Breakspear M, Schirner M, Sachdev P, Wen W, Kochan N, Mapstone M, Ritter P, McIntosh AR, Solodkin A (2018) Differentiation of Alzheimer's disease based on local and global parameters in personalized Virtual Brain models, bioRxiv 277624

  4. McIntosh AR (2018) Neurocognitive Aging and Brain Signal Complexity. bioRxiv. 259713

  5. Schirner M, McIntosh AR, Jirsa VK, Deco G, Ritter P (2017) Inferring multi-scale neural mechanisms with brain network modelling. eLIFE. 7: e28927

  6. Bezgin G, Solodkin A, Bakker R, Ritter P, McIntosh AR (2017) Mapping complementary features of cross‐species structural connectivity to construct realistic “Virtual Brains”. Human brain mapping 38(4), 2080-2093

  7. Hay E, Ritter P, Lobaugh NJ, McIntosh AR (2017) Multiregional integration in the brain during resting-state fMRI activity. PLoS Comp Bio,13(3), e1005410.

  8. Spiegler A, Hansen ECA, Bernard C, McIntosh AR, Jirsa VK (2017) Stimulation activates functionally relevant networks in a network model of the human brain. Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation, 10(2), 537.

  9. Della-Maggiore V, Villalta JI, Kovacevic N, McIntosh AR (2017) Functional evidence for memory stabilization in sensorimotor adaptation: a 24-h resting-state fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex, 27(3), 1748-1757.

  10. Korostil M, Remington G, McIntosh AR (2017) Practice and learning: spatiotemporal Differences in Thalamo-cortical-cerebellar networks engagement across learning Phases in schizophrenia. Frontiers in psychiatry. 7: 212.