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Standard univariate analyses of brain imaging data have revealed a host of structural and functional brain alterations in schizophrenia. However, these analyses typically involve examining each voxel separately and making inferences at group-level, thus limiting clinical translation of their findings. Taking into account the fact that brain alterations in schizophrenia expand over a widely distributed network of brain regions, univariate analysis methods may not be the most suited choice fordoi:10.1016/j.nicl.2013.09.003 pmid:24273713 pmcid:PMC3814947 fatcat:rcwcwtcxx5hcrgoqwdb33gbysa