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The inter-subject correlation of fMRI data of different subjects performing the same fMRI task (ISC) is in principle a powerful way to localize and differentiate neural processes caused by a presented stimulus from those that spontaneously or idiosyncratically take place in each subject. The wider adoption of this method has however been impeded by the lack of widely available tools to assess the significance of the observed correlations. Several non-parametric approaches have been proposed,doi:10.1101/2020.07.16.206235 fatcat:pzlbwvplnjddllfjw5dbaii2cy